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I'm pretty excited about finishing this guy. Stone giant (HT8c) from Otherworld Miniatures. I used Badger's gray airbrush primer, Reaper 09086 Stone Grey and 09087 Weathered Stone 09476 Woodland Brown, Army Painter Dark Tone wash.

Comments are welcome!

 

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Looks great, the skin is super!

I do think the fur will benefit from a little dark wash ( black or dark brown or a very dark purple wash) and then a little more highlight.

Also on the front of his fur loincloth you missed a few details.

There are teeth/horns hanging there, they could be picked out with a white bone colour while the small ropes could be done in a sepia or chestnut to give contracts against the fur.

 

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Also on the front of his fur loincloth you missed a few details.

There are teeth/horns hanging there, they could be picked out with a white bone colour while the small ropes could be done in a sepia or chestnut to give contracts against the fur.

 

I totally missed those! Thanks for the suggestions! 

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