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1 minute ago, redambrosia said:

That’s no good. I was gonna paint him like a Dalmatian... because... you know... Spot.

Okay...but which one do you swat on the nose with the rolled up newspaper?

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4 minutes ago, klarg1 said:

 

 

I am actually beginning to suspect the texture of the Cerberus is not a fur texture at all, so much as a skin texture.

 

Pathfinder, at least, portrays such monsters as flayed, and largely devoid of fur. This could be a riff on that concept.

 

hmmm i suppose i could see that, but i'll be sculpting fur on mine anyways =P

 

3 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

That’s no good. I was gonna paint him like a Dalmatian... because... you know... Spot.

 

i'm thinking of a color scheme for mine, which will feature faded spotting along hte legs. not entirely sure yet though

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Just now, OddMoominOut said:

Hummmm wasn't greg elflayer part of the core? Cant find him...

 

Yup, he is. I guess they just haven't added the pic yet.

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32 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:

 

i can agree, but also i am okay with sculpting fur more than i am trying to fix the Nemean lion's legs xD so i can live with bland fur detail as long as the anatomy isn't super off

oh yeah.. im gonna sculpt a thin layer if needed. 

 

also, does anyone know a good miniature that has a head similar to this (shorter bull nose) to use as a resculpt as this:

 

 

Minotaur_-_Sam_Wood.jpg

 

regards,

 

Sanjay

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27 minutes ago, Corsair said:

Okay...but which one do you swat on the nose with the rolled up newspaper?

Get a minion to do it.  Your fingers and/or arms are required for doing various things.  Minions are replaceable. 

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4 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Last I heard they'll be having that draw open for a full week, so people in various tie zones can participate. 

 

Yeah, but it should be a smaller window though.  That's some $1500 of paint and a whole week is a long time if word gets around.  The intention is to let worldwide viewers get a fair chance, the effect may be a flood of Twitch member entries from people who have never and will never watch a single minute of the stream. 

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7B8EFC81-D769-4A57-AD64-962856B5E7C5.thumb.jpeg.6f6495890f6661c0cd80655ac0788004.jpegFinally got around to watching the Bob Ridolfi interview with ReaperRon who mentioned that these undead pirates that Bob sculpted are for an upcoming expansion.

 

 

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45 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

That’s no good. I was gonna paint him like a Dalmatian... because... you know... Spot.

 

Well, dalmatians are short haired, so it wouldn't be out of line for there to not be a great deal of texture.

 

As a side note, I didn't know that their spots could show up in liver or lemon.

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I prefer having the cerberus with little fur. Fur makes trimming mold lines a pain in the butt. I can free-hand stipple/stripe fur in if I really want.

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1 hour ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

 

Yeah, but it should be a smaller window though.  That's some $1500 of paint and a whole week is a long time if word gets around.  The intention is to let worldwide viewers get a fair chance, the effect may be a flood of Twitch member entries from people who have never and will never watch a single minute of the stream. 

Agreed.  A 12 or 24 hour period would probably still offer the same effect without having it open for too too long for such a thing. 

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2 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Am I the only one that wants to see Rakshasas pop up in the Kickstarter?

 

I bet a certain feline avatared person may want one.

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