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My last wizkids minis from the couple I had ordered ..the second monk.

 

Not much inspired anyway, but this let me try a bit some paint ...also not to fancy for the base this time :).

But it feel good to finish a serie ^^, now I can concentrate on that diorama !

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The base is amazing!

I also like his clothes.

 

I do think, having seen your other work, that you can improve his face a bit.

Eyes maybe? Some wash maybe.

 

He looks good anyway, but I know you can do it!

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1 hour ago, giyomuSan said:

@Glitterwolf haha yeah I agree on the face, I need to pass over my fear there..I need bigger head haha.

 

 

Outline in Walnut brown.

Then add a small off white dot in the middle.

Then take a toothpick, dip it in the desired eyecolour and put in the pupil.

 

Again, it looks good, but you can finish this and make it look even better.

also, I'm very fond of the bases you create!

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On 7/4/2018 at 12:12 AM, giyomuSan said:

 

...also not to fancy for the base this time :).

 

 

:blink: 

 

Looks at realistic looking mud, different bits of wood and stone everywhere, the puddle, all the grass, reads "not fancy base"... :wacko:

 

You and I have different definitions for fancy bases my friend. That thing is all over amazing. The color you got for the water looks so natural. How did you get that?

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4 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

 

:blink: 

 

Looks at realistic looking mud, different bits of wood and stone everywhere, the puddle, all the grass, reads "not fancy base"... :wacko:

 

You and I have different definitions for fancy bases my friend. That thing is all over amazing. The color you got for the water looks so natural. How did you get that?

 

@CorallineAlgae

 

Haha, thanks.

For the water that actually quite simple.

 

I use Vallejo water texture product, so I just put a thin layer of it first in that puddle, wait it to dry ( that take quite a bit of time ) , then I added a second layer of water but mixed with green wash ( actually I used the Vallejo weather wash effect slim green, this is a dark green ).

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