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Thanks.  I’ll give it a shot.

 

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2:1 Mahogany Brown:Dirty Bone to highlight wood and leather.

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Weathered Stone on the base.  Then trimmed in HD Solid Black.

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Calling this one done.  Now to move on the the rest of the green tribe.

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All of them had their Peacock Green Layer reestablished to correct errant brush work.  Then they all got their Grass Green Layer.

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Changed the highlight.  This is 2:1 Grass Green:Dungeon Slime.  Working this through to all of them.  2/7 done so far.

 

Then I plan a 1:1 Layer for the ?final highlight.

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Group shot.

Calling the skin done.  This is the biggest hurdle.  1:2 Grass Green:Dungeon Slime.

 

I had entertained the idea of glazing, but I’m quite pleased with the skin at this point, so I’m moving on.  The horns/claws will lend themselves to batch painting, so I think that will come next.

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All their horns and teeth and toenails are done.  1:1 Nut Brown:Dirty Bone, then plain Dirty Bone, then Splintered Bone.

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HD Dragon Blue to start the lenses.

Washed the tunic with Druchii Violet, and reapplied Dark Elf Highlight.

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Worked the glasses:

Ice Blue, 1:1 Ice Blue:Blue Flame, then Blue Flame.

 

Did the same to the magic Fire, with the addition of some Solid Blue mixed in to the Dragon Blue for the tips of the flames. Calling the flames done.

 

Added Agrax Earthshade to the fur lining.

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Added Tarnished Brass to the spectacles, staff, and gold accents.  This was over the layer of Highland Moss.

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Finished the leather bits:  progressive additions of Khaki Highlight to the base of Mahogany Brown.

 

Also glazed the gold with Carroburg Crimson.

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