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11 hours ago, Pegazus said:

What's the white "grout" for? I scrolled through the words but didn't see any mention of it.

 

I added the grout between the floor tiles because I thought that if I left it this way, it wouldn't look natural. Because of the printing error, the gaps between the tiles was too wide and, since it's a dungeon floor, it will need to be dirty and covered with dust and debris. I hope it will make sense when it's painted and that it will look like dirt more than just regular grout.

 

Thanks for your feedbacks and encouragement everyone.

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Hello everyone! I started painting my Dungeon Dwellers Diorama.
So far, I used Reaper's MSP acrylic paint and Citadel Agrax Earthshade ink. I still need to work on the highlights and assemble all the parts.
I'm also planning on designing a suspended chandelier. It will be hanging from a chain under the stone arch.
 
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Thanks for the encouragement guys. I made some progress last night by adding osl on the walls and door. The light will come from a lit torch on the floor at the bottom of the stairs.

 

Thanks for you comment @Peithetairos, I will definitly take a slower look the the eye stalks before painting the monster.

 

Reaper MSP Bones 09408 Candlelight Yellow osl

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Citadel Casandora Yellow osl over the Candlelight Yellow osl

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Back of the wall closeup without osl.

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I not sure if the OSL effect works as it is now. You may add more contrast between lit and dark areas, given it is a dungeon. At the moment it looks more like patches of yellow lichen.

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Looks good!

But I also think the shadows could be deeper to enhance the OSL. 

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On 10/30/2019 at 12:06 AM, Peithetairos said:

I not sure if the OSL effect works as it is now. You may add more contrast between lit and dark areas, given it is a dungeon. At the moment it looks more like patches of yellow lichen.

I agree with this.  It doesn’t have to be a wide area, but a small area of much more intense yellow/white will help you pull off your intention.

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