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Great work as always.

 

I don't like the light effect, though. Might be my missing imagination, but I don't find the light fitting to the rest of the character.

 

Especially on the face it looks totally out of place and somehow wrong.

 

But that's just my opinion.

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It might just be the erie green color ... I think the flame in hand came out great, it's glow dose seem to clash with the other colors ... over all, two tentacles up!

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There is an edgy, non conformist component in your miniature !

I really like your color choices.

The feather is a surprise, and is that light blue overcast shadow from the flames.

I really  like what you did here.

I you don't have one, look it up on line, and understand how to utilize a color wheel.

It will give you harmonies, and contra-harmonies to play with, as you go about

painting you mini's.  Oh, nice brush control also !!!

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I like this one! The sculpt's face is a bit different - same sculptor as before? 

 

I think you got the OSL really well on the face and the shoulder - just a little too bright on his back though. 

 

Your color scheme makes me think that this fox wizard multiclassed in bard. He's so vibrant! He'd go and tell a bunch of stories and cast illusions to make a video to go with it ::):

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Thanks for your comments everyone.


It's not showing much but I've used tow tones of green for the osl reflection. I think the odd variation of comes from the fact it's a magical fire. :poke:

 

12 hours ago, Jasonator said:

There is an edgy, non conformist component in your miniature !

I really like your color choices.

The feather is a surprise, and is that light blue overcast shadow from the flames.

I really  like what you did here.

I you don't have one, look it up on line, and understand how to utilize a color wheel.

It will give you harmonies, and contra-harmonies to play with, as you go about

painting you mini's.  Oh, nice brush control also !!!

 

Inspired by @Cyradis Autumn Huntress, I was first going to paint the feather as a peacock feather but the realised it didn't have the appropriate shape, so I went for the colors of an exotic bird instead. Regardless of the green fire, the feather is pale green, yellow and red.

 

I often refer to the wheel of color. I also like to try different unorthodox color diagram even if it sometimes risky.

 

10 hours ago, Cyradis said:

I like this one! The sculpt's face is a bit different - same sculptor as before? 

 

I think you got the OSL really well on the face and the shoulder - just a little too bright on his back though. 

 

Your color scheme makes me think that this fox wizard multiclassed in bard. He's so vibrant! He'd go and tell a bunch of stories and cast illusions to make a video to go with it ::):

 

Yes, Davis Summers sculpted this model as well as all the other foxes I painted.

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He is a WONDERFULLY  personable creation. Your brushwork & color choices are OUTSTANDING. I LOVE the light effect, which is something I don't normally care for. VERY WELL DONE!

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This is really great. 

I like the OSL, only as said before I think its a little too bright on his back. And I really like the bottle hanging at his shoulderbag! Very well painted! 

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Thanks for your kind word everyone, I'm really glad you like it. Hopefully, OSL is something I will have the pleasure to experiment more in the future. It's a challenging technique but I love the effect it creates.

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