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Last night in an insomnia fueled start on the painting, I got to laying some basecoats on this conversion. Then a few color layers on the ground and sticks as well as the wolf's fur. Still a lot of work ahead on this one. Wont be picking it up again for a few weeks though. Will update post then. 

 

Original post in "Conversions" board (where you can see what I sculpted onto the Reaper Bones Warg)

 

 

 

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That is a WONDERFULLY crafted creation. The Wolf is painting up to a standard that will match your conversion work. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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On 11/7/2017 at 1:30 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Great Wolf!

I get the feeling you might be a little bit swayed when it comes to wolves. :lol:

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10 hours ago, JGroeling said:

I get the feeling you might be a little bit swayed when it comes to wolves. :lol:

 

*** Ridicilous! Where did you get that idea?***

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Fiddled with this one again a bit tonight. 

Getting some more layers down on the armor and such. Was originally thinking of keeping everything very brownish and dark, but realized while that makes sense for a ranger character, it looks kind of dull on a mini, so playing with some slightly more vibrant colors (more yellow in goblin armor), purple in his hair, red on the scabbards, etc. Still a bit to do on this. 

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Little bit more layers and highlights this morning. Setting it aside for now. Think I might use a wash or two then seal it and try to get nice shots for the show off board. 

 

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