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WIP Elf Ranger Rescued From the Bits Bin at Rcon

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First of many bits bin rescues from Reapercon. I started this guy because I wanted to practice painting cloaks, then one thing lead to another. And before I knew it I was mapping out a color scheme. I'm really trying to work on my color theory. So any advice on that would be great. But any criticisms are welcome. 

 

I've done some initial shading on the front robes. And I've work on the highlights for the cloak. But I'm waiting until all the fiddly bits are painted before working on the big pieces. Since its so easy for me to get paint places I don't want it. 

 

Side note. I think I eventually gave up trying to paint the insides of the bottom areas. I just got a junk brush and jammed it in there to get some color in there. But I think I missed it when priming. So it's not sticking great. Probably have to do the same tactic but with some primer. 

 

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6 hours ago, Cawl_Me_Maybe said:

Next year I'm not going to wait until Saturday to dig through it. 

 Don’t blame ya, I’ll be there too. 

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