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So.. I fell over this. It's... well, go look for yourselves;
... pizza and dragons. Where have I seen this notion before..? I can't quite... >.>
I bought the Steampunk Wizard of Oz set for my daughter out of the Bones 3 KS.
Naturally, I am doing it last minute for her birthday Tuesday, the 18th.
So, here's the plan:
Assemble them all on unfinished but sealed silver maple wood cuts using usual building materials.
Basecoat them with simple but muted colors.
Apply Sepia Wash and paint as needed to simulate a "colorized movie" look.
Here's what we got so far:
Dorothy and Toto on a Compass Rose beginning their adventure. The witch commanding her monkey.
Dorothy glued in and brick road applied.
Lion and brick road applied.
Enjoy and stay tuned. More to come.
So hear is a loaded cannon for every one; How do you paint fabric to make it look realistic. I personally tend to build up many layers of highlights and shadows and that how I do fabric, I may free hand a designee on but that really about it. I've notice wile going threw some of last years winners for reaper con that some of the fabric was painted in a almost stippled effect and it look more like a hand stitched/hand made dress or tabard. I have been trying to replicate this with no avail what so ever and going back threw old work I seem to have gotten something close back when I was learning to paint and I have no idea what I did to get that textured look. Any advice out there on how to get this look?
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