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My quest to complete all of my Bones Kickstarter minis continues. Here we have "Fly Demon" -- pretty spry for a fly guy.  I've done the base colors, most of the highlighting, and now I need to do something more with these giant yellow eyes.  Suggestions?

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On photo review, I'll go clean up the veins in the wing a bit more.  I am considering adding a metallic glaze to the chitin and the wings.

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The eyes, depending on your skills ( it's a small mini) you could paint very thing black lines to create a grid.

Or go demon eye, leave the yellow in the middle, paint the rest a dark orange, then a little red in the corners, in the middle a white and then a black slit pupil.

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Looking good!

 

For the eyes I would suggest make the base colour a darker yellow or orange then paint yellow dots all over it to represent compound eyes (in a hexagonal "grid" pattern rather than a square one) making sure each yellow dot has a "surround" of the base colour showing.

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