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Shazirah - an ub3r WIP

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Sitting at home today, chatting with my brother who is in town visiting, he mentioned that his daughter would love something painted up by me for her 18th birthday. So over the last few hours I've been working on Shazirah a 54mm barbarian from Ares Mythologic. 

Here's the progress thus far - starting from priming black/white to where I'm at right now. It's taken me about 4 hours to get to this point. I'm hoping to finish her off in the next 2-3 hours as the skin is always what I fuss over the most!

 

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3 minutes ago, Thes Hunter said:

looking nice. Love the pics with the bottles of paint. I might have to try that. 

Thanks! Yeah, it helps so I don't have to write it down (if/when I remember to do it!) ::D:

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Progress!

 

Did the armor (SC 75 black gold) and leathers (mix of Oiled Leather and NMM Gold Shadow). Highlights for leather was a mix of rosy shadow with the oiled leather. Highlight for the gold was SC 75 Elven Gold. Shadows for all Citadel Nuln Oil.

 

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Nice! You wreak havoc on my completionist personality though. All of your projects going at once, I just can't! Haha! I do enjoy watching though!

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19 minutes ago, Pochi said:

Nice! You wreak havoc on my completionist personality though. All of your projects going at once, I just can't! Haha! I do enjoy watching though!

 

I used to be completionist with these things, now I just go with what I'm in the mood for. This one needs to get done today, so I'm going to knock her out before jumping back to one of the others I'm working on.

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