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Anirion elf wizard finished glazes

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Finished up the highlights am the glaze coat on the robes that play is done. I will finish the rest of him but the main exercise was to try the layering on the robes to practice the technique. Let me know what you think and where I can improve! These pictures aren't the best either add usual lol

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Looking good so far! My suggestion would be to keep working on the shadows. Even just a line of the darker shadow color in the deep creases would help make them stand out. Keep up the good work ^_^

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Purple....carnival purple specifically.  But any dark purple, when glazed into the shadows of the red will help add more depth.

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You can mix your purple with the red to smooth out the transition too. 

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can't tell in pics if you did or not, but for the hightlights mix your red color with alittle orange to brighten the red also.

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As my signature may suggest, I am biased towards purple shadows. There are admittedly other methods of shading :poke:

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2 hours ago, kazmania7 said:

can't tell in pics if you did or not, but for the hightlights mix your red color with alittle orange to brighten the red also.

I did it wad some red mixed with marigold yellow which was almost already an orange. It is just the picture i am NO good at talking pictures of my movies it's something I need to practice on

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