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Guindyloo and Buglips paint DHL 03100: Thanis the Bonecaller

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On 11/7/2017 at 7:28 PM, knarthex said:

I think,  (there I go thinking again...) that the big issue is that your staff is already bone colored, so the white just blends in with that and makes the edges look like part of the staff...

 

Maybe try a different bright red / orange / yellow?

That is for next time obviously. ..

 

Guindyloo 

Super Duper work! 

 

March of the Damned playing now as I read this:blink:

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perfect 

 

  having you explain where things went off the rails is more informative than having it done perfect the first time!

 

Keep going this is great and needs to be pinned for future forumites to read.

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I really appreciate that you add the pictures of you wet palette!  I saw a post somewhere where you showed a gradient that you had created on your palette, I tried doing that and it did not go very well.  I guess I'll just keep practicing it.

 

As for this figure I love the cape and the hair is beautiful!

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