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I really like the gradient you've got on the horns.  I always struggle with finding a realistic way to do it.

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3 hours ago, Russell said:

I really like the gradient you've got on the horns.  I always struggle with finding a realistic way to do it.

 

I struggle with horns myself.  I agree, nice work on them.  I also like the wings, I'm a big fan of purple.

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5 hours ago, Russell said:

I really like the gradient you've got on the horns.  I always struggle with finding a realistic way to do it.

The color of the gradient goes from citadel rhinox hide to vallejo 72.034 balanco hueso bonewhite. The shading citadel seraphim sepia.

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On 4/26/2020 at 12:27 PM, jdizzy001 said:

What colors did you use on the hair?

69.042 pure black -> 72.141 rojo denso heavy red

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