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40 minutes ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

That's a pretty cool look for him, actually.  

Thanks, the amount of surface texture makes blending and traditional highlighting a little problematic, so I think it's a good fit, and I still have a several other fire demons to paint, so I didn't want to do a whole bunch of red demons.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, BrokenWolf668 said:

Thanks, the amount of surface texture makes blending and traditional highlighting a little problematic, so I think it's a good fit, and I still have a several other fire demons to paint, so I didn't want to do a whole bunch of red demons.

 

 

 

Yeah, he's ultra-textured.  I painted mine red when I did him in Bones, later came by the metal one so might do him different.  And being gray, he'll both look nice next to the fire demons as a demon/devil and can double as a super king gargoyle.  

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1 hour ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

 

Yeah, he's ultra-textured.  I painted mine red when I did him in Bones, later came by the metal one so might do him different.  And being gray, he'll both look nice next to the fire demons as a demon/devil and can double as a super king gargoyle.  

I may pick up another one for myself later, this guy's destined to be a Christmas present, as is pretty much everything I'm painting at the moment. Also, I think I may do another one and actually work up the courage to give OLS a try.

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9 hours ago, BrokenWolf668 said:

Also, I think I may do another one and actually work up the courage to give OLS a try.

 

Please do, I'm anxious to see how it turns out! I was just thinking when I saw the pics for this one "man, that's really crying out for some o' that OLS".

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10 hours ago, fyrissian said:

 

Please do, I'm anxious to see how it turns out! I was just thinking when I saw the pics for this one "man, that's really crying out for some o' that OLS".

I'll post when I do, but I've got a LOT of practicing to do.

2 hours ago, Iridil said:

Nice take on the figure - love the textured look, like desiccated thick leather - a cross between rhino skin and stone. 

Thanks, I'm really happy with him.

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