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Here it is: the dreaded Demogorgon...

This was the first larger scale mini I painted. It was a lot of fun, especially watching it come alive with a wash on the furry and scaley bits.

 

Enjoy! As always, tips and suggestions are welcome. :)

 

-E.E.

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Nice!

 

The first pics don't show him to well, maybe more focus?

 

From what I can see a nice job!

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I'll add a couple more detailed shots this afternoon(EST). Thanks! :)

 

UPDATE: New photos showing more body detail...

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Looks great! The only comment I would make for improvement would be to push your highlights your highlight colors a bit higher.  My experience has been that sometime you think you've got it light enough, then you seal it and end up with less than you thought.

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2 hours ago, Sergeant_Crunch said:

Looks great! The only comment I would make for improvement would be to push your highlights your highlight colors a bit higher.  My experience has been that sometime you think you've got it light enough, then you seal it and end up with less than you thought.

Thanks for the tip! :) Much appreciated.

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