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Zombie guy from Fallout

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I'm painting the miniatures from Fallout for a friend. This is the first one.

I'm trying pinstripes on the suit and I'm going to try for some OSL on the weapon. Both of which are not necessarily in my wheelhouse, but I'm the adventurous sort, so I hope it comes out OK.  Feedback welcomed... nay ... encouraged. :lol:

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Hi folks!  Got a chance to work on this a little. I'm stuck now.... how do I push it to make it really pop? This OSL thing... I think I'm on the right track, but something isn't clicking. Thoughts?

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Great painting, the pinstripes are amazing. 

I think you need more white in the light source, the red light hitting him looks fine to me, but the pipes on the gun needs to be brighter.. Just my thoughts. 

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2 hours ago, LarsM said:

Great painting, the pinstripes are amazing. 

I think you need more white in the light source, the red light hitting him looks fine to me, but the pipes on the gun needs to be brighter.. Just my thoughts. 

 

I agree!

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11 hours ago, LarsM said:

Great painting, the pinstripes are amazing. 

I think you need more white in the light source, the red light hitting him looks fine to me, but the pipes on the gun needs to be brighter.. Just my thoughts. 

 

8 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

I agree!

 

Thank you both! I think you're right. I'm going to work on adding white for the "hottest" parts. I'm also going to work on the saturation a bit between the pipes.  More to come!

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Ok.  I'm feeling better about it now. I've still got work to do on this one, but I'm feeling more comfortable now. This has been a pretty good growth moment for me. :winkthumbs:

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