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Thank @KruleBear, I'm glad you like it. I thought of adding different colors to the skin after I painted everything in pink. It was too monotone, so I decided to add a few different colors. I then blended the blue and green color with the pink and highlighted with pink. The final highlight is a mix of pink and tusk ivory.

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Looks great!  I can only imagine the patience it must have taken to paint all those eye.  I have a hard enough time when something only has the usual two!

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Thanks for your comments everyone. @Rignes I understand your point, eyes can be hard to paint. I’m not sure it has anything to do with patience, it's more about concentration, brush control and practice. I think painting is very relaxing and stress relieving. When I sit at the painting table, it takes a few minutes and my mood changes. It makes me happy to paint. I guess that’s what happens whenever someone is passionate about what he is doing.

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For me it depends on the model.  Some times I just want to get it done so I can play the game.  Then there are others that I just want to paint for the fun of it.  Those are the ones that I can get "in the zone" and it becomes almost a Zen like experience.  It's a nice balance to the frantic pace of the day to be able and sit and just laser focus on something sometimes.

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17 hours ago, Rignes said:

For me it depends on the model.  Some times I just want to get it done so I can play the game.  Then there are others that I just want to paint for the fun of it.  Those are the ones that I can get "in the zone" and it becomes almost a Zen like experience.  It's a nice balance to the frantic pace of the day to be able and sit and just laser focus on something sometimes.

I agree, we all have our favorite types of models. I prefer to paint monsters and undead. I rarely step out my confort zone and paint a "character" type of model.

 

16 hours ago, Geoff Davis said:

OMG that's so gross!  I hope you left one eye unpainted!

I'm glad you like it. No eye have been left unturned. I mean, no stone have been left unpainted... :poke:

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