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22 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

That's just plain awesome!!!

Thanks very much.

22 hours ago, TheUncannyAK said:

The lighting is really great. And I love the dark gray skin tone of the male.

It's bluer in real life. I wanted a dark, shadowy blue. Because I didn't have an adequate blue on hand, though, what I actually did was use the Dark Elf skin triad, and then glazed it with a blue ink to shift the color.

14 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Nice work on the LED bases.

Great painting overall.

Thanks.

15 hours ago, Jellyranger69 said:

Dang dude, these are wicked. Very very nicely done. I’m taking notes on your LED work! Are the battery packs self contained within the bases?

Yes. I used these LED lights:

 

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Wound the wire around the base, used the power box as the main base that they're standing on. I covered it up a bit with some air-dry clay to mask the obviousness, but it's there. The King of Hell's power box is glued in, but I managed to incorporate some magnets into the Queen of Hell's base so that I can lift the power box up and change out the batteries if I should ever need to.

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Thanks again to everyone for the compliments. I was going through my photos, and found this one of the Lord's base under construction. The LED power supply is in the middle, covered with some clay, while the rocks from the street are arranged around it. I held down his light string with superglue, white glue, and some water effects, then copious amounts of gloss gel piled on top to build up holes and make it rougher. (The Lady's base, I used pourable resin, which made it much smoother and took a lot less time.)

 

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