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44001 Owlbear ( Bones Black) By Glitterwolf

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Came out good, though I think you should have done more shading and highlighting to emphasize different parts.

 

I know you can do it!

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1 minute ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Came out good, though I think you should have done more shading and highlighting to emphasize different parts.

 

I know you can do it!

Thx!

I took the pics in sunlight, he does have some grey and darker brown washes in his fur / feathers.

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23 minutes ago, Brianuk said:

Lot of patience applied to that!

 

Thx!

Yes getting all those dots and stripes on the right places was a little timeconsuming, but I think it made a difference.

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Thx!

I took the pics in sunlight, he does have some grey and darker brown washes in his fur / feathers.

 

Oh, I know that. I actually saw it. But that's not what I meant.

 

I meant: Define it more. In this case, a brown wash is just not enough. I mean - it's a bear. It's all brown. From my point of view, the "definition" could be a lot darker, like shadow dark. I've been thinking about giving the whole fur a wash of a dark brown/black mixture to emphasize the layers of layers of owlbear feather-fur, but then again - that's your work, and I am just offering suggestions.

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Holy Cats! Or owls or bears, in this case he looks great! The best part is the friendship that came about from this!

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2 minutes ago, Corsair said:

Holy Cats! Or owls or bears, in this case he looks great! The best part is the friendship that came about from this!

 

Thanks!

And I agree about that last part!

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11 hours ago, Knight of the Dinner Table said:

You definitely have a lot more patience with feathers than I have.

 

I got in the zone when painting the feathers.

The mini deserved a little attention.

 

Glad you like it!

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11 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

I got in the zone when painting the feathers.

The mini deserved a little attention.

 

 

 it does, just a great sculpt, probably why they're all sold out too.     

 

Your owl bear in unique,  very cool . 

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12 minutes ago, Fencig said:

 it does, just a great sculpt, probably why they're all sold out too.     

 

Your owl bear in unique,  very cool . 

 

Thank You!

I appreciate it!

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