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You did a really great job!  I just wish that this mimi didn't remind me of a dogs head stuck out a car window, face and ears flapping madly!

 

The teal skin and the flesh around the mouth is really well done as is the transition between the colors!  Well done!

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Thanks for the renewed interest in this thread.  To answer CosmoKramer,  I believe used Reaper Suntan Flesh & Caucasian Flesh on the mouth, used a brown wash over it, then went back and cleaned up/highlighted.  The transition from mouth to body is largely dry-brush/stippling.  The blue is actually Bright Turquoise with a blue wash over it.  Then I think I dry-brushed the turquoise back over it and manually painted more highlights.  I'll post the reverse when I get home.  My one regret I have on this guy, is not doing more cleanup on the model itself before painting.  

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26 minutes ago, Szharvid said:

Thanks for the renewed interest in this thread.  To answer CosmoKramer,  I believe used Reaper Suntan Flesh & Caucasian Flesh on the mouth, used a brown wash over it, then went back and cleaned up/highlighted.  The transition from mouth to body is largely dry-brush/stippling.  The blue is actually Bright Turquoise with a blue wash over it.  Then I think I dry-brushed the turquoise back over it and manually painted more highlights.  I'll post the reverse when I get home.  My one regret I have on this guy, is not doing more cleanup on the model itself before painting.  

 

Thanks. I just picked one of these up and I'd like to get the coloring as close to the box art as I can.

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