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I've primed him black, drybrushed white and done some highlighting. I think, after working with the Hobgoblins, I'm going to add more white highlighting before I begin to apply color.




Here's the first layer of color. Desert Sand 09432 for the fur, Nightsky Indigo 09422 for the robe, and Polished Leather 09430 for the leather details.


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Updating WIP.
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My miniature photography needs work! That is hard!


Final layer on the robe, face is detailed, bone staff is detailed. I noticed when taking this picture that I'd missed a couple of spots so I went back and touched them up.


Overall, this was a good learning experience for me. I was going after an African Hyena look for the gnoll and I think I got that. There are a lot of nooks, crannies and mold lines on this guy and getting a clean look on the model was not easy. Finally, he looks way better on the table than in these photos. As do they all, I'm sure. :)


Thanks in advance for your thoughtful advise and critique.





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On 9/16/2019 at 1:35 AM, Glitterwolf said:


A little trick to make spots/tattoos etc appear as if they're under the skin, is to glaze over it all with a midtone of the skin/fur.

That way they will look smoother.


Good job!

Thanks! I’ve another half dozen gnolls to paint. I’ll give that a shot.

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