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Thought Id make some progress on the  Kid Barbarian.  Since she is a kid, I though I would stick with bright colors, blue and white with a bit of brown to break up the mix.  I also got a little bonus

OK so I'm still trying to figure this new forum out some.  So I thought I show my current project.

Finally managed to get some photo's of my progress on the Barbarian.  The hair and the pants were both painted with RMS NMM Gold triad with hair highlighted up to RMS Linen White.     Here i

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Ok, after procrastinating on finishing this with some more Zcide figures, I finally got back to work on it.  While, my intention had been to only get a little bit done... I ended up getting more done than I planned.  I think I'm on the final steps of this piece.  Fungal Spire is set (not glued) on to the tree.  But as the back photo shows, I feel he needs something more.  I was thinking of snow... But I'm open to suggestions.





Interestingly I had this song by They Might Be Giants stuck in my head while I painted up Fungal Spire.

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Maybe something red, like a flower, in front of the kid? It would help the scene be more symmetric, color-wise. Not much, just enough to show that Nature Stuff Has Red so the mushroom isn't the lonely red. 

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2 hours ago, Cyradis said:

The kid is obviously the friend who collects pretty little rocks. That's what the baggie is for, right? Carrying rocks? 

Bag plus rocks equals either makeshift slingshot, or thwacking device.  I approve! 

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Ok, arm is feeling better so I decided to begin work on the friendly Rock Collector.  I base coated the skin then realized that the neckline of the dress would result in me messing up the skin under the chin.  So I decided to paint up the dress.   Now looking at it afterwards 2 things occured to me.  1. The dress appeared to have much more contrast while painting.  2.  I might have to manually paint in an apron, as the sculpt doesn't have it, and I looks like it could use one.  




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With Cuthem and Spire finished,  it is time to continue with the rock collector.  I worked on her skin tone and base coated her hair.  I don't usually do eyebrows, so I thought I give it a try with her.  Then I took a photo of tonight's progress for posting.



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