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Painted my Roc for the campaign I'm in.
There we have befriended a Phoenix and it is going to help us fight the BBEG.

Putting images in spoiler tag, since picture heavy....
Base still needs some more work.

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Edit: painted this one at the same time as Blacksting

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Nice! Good work man :)

Could possibly improve it with a black wash (for the wing details) and a Matte finish instead of glossy. You could leave a few parts glossy, like eyes, to emphasize the difference in material there.

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2 minutes ago, Venun said:

Nice! Good work man :)

Could possibly improve it with a black wash (for the wing details) and a Matte finish instead of glossy. You could leave a few parts glossy, like eyes, to emphasize the difference in material there.


Gloss varnish is prep for the black wash indeed :) should make the wash job easier...
Still some work needed to be done on the base.... so this one is still kind of a work in progress :)

Thinking of having mixed Gloss&Matte finish for the wings, for a "glowy" effect so to say...

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