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Hungry like the wolves

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If my spamming of the board wasn't a hint, I managed to get some brush time today.  I quickly pushed through these wolves using nothing but wet-blending.

 

I know the shadow hound is supposed to be used for transparency effects, but I think it looks look as a less super-natural more unnatural beastie.

 

Tip for those who haven't learned it yet: if you let your base-coat/primer fully cure (2-3 days minimum) it won't rub off when you do wet-blending and heavy dry-brushing.  These had been sitting for a couple weeks primed while the other projects today were not cured yet.

 

Comments appreciated, rambling and more pics on my blog.

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hellhounds1.JPG

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Forgot to add pics.
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Lol... nostalgia is awesome 

When you are old enough to have it and young enough to still reme.... what were we talking about?

 

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