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02394 Thorval the Black, 02102 Plague Zombie, and 02754 Blood Wolf.


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Nice work!  That red came out well.  The fur on the wolf looks great. I'm still experimenting with the contrast paints myself.  If you could, in future, use a plain white or light colored background for your photos. It makes the figures easier to see. 

 

 

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Don't be fooled by his newbie tag. He's been painting for years. He just creates new accounts every few years so he can wow everyone with his skills as a new painter.

 

Great work, as always. Glad to see you posting on here again. 

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52 minutes ago, Loim said:

Don't be fooled by his newbie tag. He's been painting for years. He just creates new accounts every few years so he can wow everyone with his skills as a new painter.

 

Great work, as always. Glad to see you posting on here again. 

I have to keep you on your toes sir. <3

1 hour ago, Inarah said:

Nice work!  That red came out well.  The fur on the wolf looks great. I'm still experimenting with the contrast paints myself.  If you could, in future, use a plain white or light colored background for your photos. It makes the figures easier to see. 

 

 

Contrast paints are just ok when used to actually paint a figure in one coat, like the tagline says. They are great for people new to the hobby to get stuff painted quickly. However I find used like glazes over other colors, or when painted on and used as a base and shadow from which to highlight up from, they work much better. My favorite by far is the Skeleton Horde for bone.

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3 hours ago, Iridil said:

I really like the fur - both on the the cloak and the beastie - nice highlighting and depth!

Thank you. The fur cloak was painted my usual method of overpainting and selective highlights.

 

The fur on the beast was actually meant to just be a practice in drybrushing, as it had been a very long time since I drybrushed. I ended up liking it so much I ended up just finishing the model the next evening.

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