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8 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Great paint job on him!!

 

And I see what you did there with the title:

 

 

 

 Just scrolled through Wikipedia lists of metal albums fron the erly 80s ... sooo much clasic metal in just a few years , the glory days of metal ...

 

Awsome fig , not familiar with 'sketch style' but it looks good.

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On ‎5‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 6:18 PM, Boaz said:

 Just scrolled through Wikipedia lists of metal albums fron the erly 80s ... sooo much clasic metal in just a few years , the glory days of metal ...

 

Awsome fig , not familiar with 'sketch style' but it looks good.

 

Rough explanation is that you front load all the painting by doing the figure in greyscale and then follow it up with a glaze or ink.

 

Matt DiPietro's blog is a bit better: www.contrastminiatures.com

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