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In spite of the fact that I haven't finished my Orc Druid, I decided tonight to get March's goblin shaman started. A couple of goblin troops snuck in as bodyguards... 

 

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Nothing much but some brown liner and corks from the drow.

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4 hours ago, Xherman1964 said:

What is that multi armed creature in the back?

The orc champion?

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1 hour ago, David Brawley said:

 

The orc champion?

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Ah! I mistook that cape for another claw...

 

*** Polishes reading glasses, an Orc? you don't say! ***

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Pumpkin orange for the base skin color. Figure I've got like 4 bottles of it... Might as well! 

 

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Interesting what a difference a bit of light makes...Image may contain: one or more people
But these guys are coming along nicely. 
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 And here's one with a goblin I speed painted years ago. So shiny...  
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11 hours ago, tiniest rhombus said:

Those are looking very great. Pumpkin orange you say? Perfect for the skin. I must keep that in mind if ever I decide to paint some goblins. 

Yup, pumpkin orange. Perfect for goblins! 

 

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When I get to the highlight, I'll let you know! I've been doing shadow layers with heavy sepia wash. I might just mix pumpkin with linen to bring it up.

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