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That is a WONDERFULLY painted Rat Fellow. Your colors are GORGEOUS, just the inspiration I needed for my own Big Rat. VERY WELL DONE!

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15 hours ago, zoroaster100 said:

This turned out great.  I really like the flesh tones on his hands.

I've applied two different washes on the skin. The first wash is a mix of the original Leather Brown skin color and a bit of Spattered Crimson, any red tone will do. Then, I applied a dark brown wash on the entire model before highlighting.

 

I'm glad you like it and find it inspiring, thanks for your comments.

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Wonderful hands - the palms cross the humoid/animal in a nicely creepy way - great backstory about him being Hll Giant wererat, makes sense. Like those front teeth too! This pic is coming out if I ever get to painting this guy!

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