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Thanks.

 

I'm continuing to work on the orc.  I'm taking the skin one section at a time and have now just about finished the upper body.  Still want to do some fine detail work on the hands, fix some of the scars, etc.  And, of course, I still need to do the legs and feet.

 

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Just fantastic work, I am just in awe and inspired.

 

I jotted down the blue green recipe to try on some upcoming orks, looking forward to giving it a try first hand.

 

About how many hours do you have in on this so far?  About how many hours do you put into a figure this size?  I am just curious as something like this would take me pretty much forever as I would go back and forth trying to fix little mess ups and stray brush strokes.

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14 hours ago, chaoshead said:

About how many hours do you have in on this so far?  About how many hours do you put into a figure this size?  I am just curious as something like this would take me pretty much forever as I would go back and forth trying to fix little mess ups and stray brush strokes.

 

I've probably spent 20 or so hours on this one so far.  I don't get track of it that closely, so it's just a guess.  For something this size, I'll probably spend 40-60 hours on the piece.  I'm probably about halfway through painting the figure, but I will also create a scenic base for him which takes time too.  So 40-60 seems like a good guess.

 

 

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That colour is just absolutely stunning! It is a beautifully sculpted mini and you are giving it so much life that even something as ugly as that orc is looking beautiful!

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Well, looks like I wasn't so diligent about updating this thread.  Sorry!  Anyway, the piece is finally finished.  Here's a look at how he turned out.  I've entered him into the Eadbanger Competition Master's Category over on Eavier Metal and I'll be bringing him along with me to NOVA Open next week. Perhaps I'll see some of you there!

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an unexpected twist for the character!     aawwwwww!

 

when you are done winning prizes with it and get tired of it...can I have it? :rolleyes:

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Not only is this BEAUTIFULLY painted, I LOVE the story your diorama tells! :wub: Excellent work indeed! 

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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