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You're right about the shadows and highlight. I still have a lot to do. I will finalize the contrast after all the elements are in place.

So far, I didn't add any highlight on the wall behind the door, I may even have to add more shadows in some places.

In the meantime, I started dressing up the room. I painted a 03017, Charnel Grub last night and took some picture.

 

I added magnets in the wall and under the Crawler but they aren't strong enough. I will certainly have to glue the monster on the wall.

 

Thanks for sharing your toughts. Have a great Halloween.

 

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Awesome!

 

Alternatively, drill a little hole in the wall and insert a peg ( disguise it as a torch, or a metal spike) drill a hole in the monster's base and just hang it there when needed.

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On 11/1/2019 at 3:12 PM, Peithetairos said:

Cool mini. Did you try it with a neodymium magnet? If that is not metal a 1cm diametre and 1mm thickness should work.

It's the metal version of the model 03017, Charnel Grub. I used two 4mm diameter neodymium magnet, two in the wall and two on the model, still it's not enough. I will try Glitterwolf's trick and disguise the pin as a metal bar coming out of the wall.

 

On 11/4/2019 at 3:59 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

 

Alternatively, drill a little hole in the wall and insert a peg ( disguise it as a torch, or a metal spike) drill a hole in the monster's base and just hang it there when needed.

Thanks for the tip, I will try your ingenious idea.

 

I started to work the Beholder last week, Fooling around painting the jester Beholder. I made good progress already, painting the base color, shading, highlights, the eye detail on some osl. I will glaze the teeth and then work some more on the shadows and osl.

 

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On 11/12/2019 at 1:39 AM, Darcstaar said:

Awesome progress.  The eyes on that beast are ferocious!

 

On 11/12/2019 at 3:05 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Nice smile!

I love the eyes, great expression!

 

Thanks for you comment guys. I made some progress last week. Behold the stuff of nightmare.

 

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The Weekend Warriors base color is also completed.

 

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Shields up warriors

 

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Thanks for your encouragements everyone. Here's a quick update on last night progress. I simply added a layer of Citadel Seraphim Sepia shading ink.

I read somewhere that we should find ourselves a hobby and practice it a little every night and on weekends. :poke:

 

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On 11/21/2019 at 4:36 PM, Glitterwolf said:

That halfling has a ferocious look!

 

Speaking of Mr. Thimbletoe, I'm mostly done painting him. And I also managed to paint a crate and barrle I 3D printed.

07004, Stitch Thimbletoe the Halfling Thief sculpted by Bobby Jackson.

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