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Hey Guys,


Just thought i'd upload my latest Bones paint. This one didn't take me that long at all, almost  being just a two tone grey. a little dry brushed for the fur and a tone of blood. A little unhappy with how the dry brushing came out on the back. I'd have to say that dry brushing is my weakest skill, but i'm still getting better. It looks okay on the legs, I still think i'm using too much paint, but i'm sure i'll get there.

Anways, Take a look/see and tell me what you think!

 

Cheers,


Christopher George

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Good job!

 

Keep on practicing the dry-brushing; like any skill, you'll get better the more you do it.

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I like the colors.

 

You might be able to fix what you don't like by using a wash of the darker tone and reapplying the dry brush.

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14 hours ago, hdclearman said:

I like the colors.

 

You might be able to fix what you don't like by using a wash of the darker tone and reapplying the dry brush.

nice job. I thīnk Hdclearman may be onto something there. Maybe just a wash would tone it down a bit.

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