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Willing to help with black.  Given you are doing warm colors with the scales, for the skin I'd go cool.  Use something like snow shadow as your highlight.  I like nightshade purple and dark elf skin with a bit of snow shadow for the final highlights. The purples will contrast with your yellows nicely.  

 

I can yell at you about contrast all you want! ::D:

 

You're doing awesome!  Keep painting!

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3 hours ago, Corporea said:

Willing to help with black.  Given you are doing warm colors with the scales, for the skin I'd go cool.  Use something like snow shadow as your highlight.  I like nightshade purple and dark elf skin with a bit of snow shadow for the final highlights. The purples will contrast with your yellows nicely.  

 

I can yell at you about contrast all you want! ::D:

 

You're doing awesome!  Keep painting!

 

You were the very person I was going to bug when that time came.  Thanks for the pre-help; I was going to read your hand-outs before bugging you. ::D:

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Awww! Hugs!

Yeah- I like that color combo.  Nice work on the patterning.  Looks very natural.  You can do it!!!

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Yah that is a very nice looking pattern! Good luck with this one!

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My son got his driver's permit yesterday, so last night I spent the evening teaching him the basics of driving and fearing for my life and property.  When we got home and the adrenaline shakes subsided, I managed to paint the black blotches on the other side of the basilisk:

 

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Hopefully tonight I'll start glazing in the shadows on the yellow parts; but he also wants to go out again and drive around the parking lot some more, so...:huh:

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I don't know that my dad or I enjoyed the process of me learning to drive, but we both appreciated it soon enough. So... Something to look forward to?

 

Basil looks pretty great, I'm excited to see more!

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