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Got my start on Cthulhu last week. Did a prime in black, then zenithal pre-shade white from above. Purple from below, then green from above. Liking the effect so far, think I'm done with the airbrush, gonna move on to regular painting.

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IMG_20180607_103124.thumb.jpg.953703e2ed8a24962ac90779ff1bd099.jpgFinished the seaweed, I'm at least comfortable calling it "seaweed" now. Moved on to the highlighting of the figure itself. Drybrushed some pale green onto highlight spots, debating doing some yellow edge highlights, or just drybrushing through green yellow to white mixes. Bunch of pics, sorry.

 

 

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Did some flourish on the wings, some speckling on the bones and red lines down them. Think the red lines are a bit too harsh still, probably going to blend them in more.

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