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Prepping for the next Bones I WIP.

The Eyes Have It!

I have this in metal too, so I’m planning to do both together.  You can see I did some surgery on the metal one.  Lots of hole drilling after cleaning mold lines.

 

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Brush on primer.  The plan is to do the inside of the mouth then glue the upper head on.

 

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Red Liner.

 

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Red liner as primer on the Bones version.

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I’m thinking red blending to fleshy colored tentacles on one.

 

Blue fading to purple colored tentacles on the other.

 

Then eye colors to contrast.  Green for the Red, Orange for the blue.  The orange might be a yellow to Orange evil sclera coloration, with a different colored Iris.

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Assembled the face now that the inside of the mouth was done.  Primed the rest of him.  Finished the front of the teeth’s Desert Stone.  Now 2 layers of Yellowed Bone.  In a short time, they are quickly coming to life!

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Ultramarine Blue and Ultramarine Highlight.  To my eye, even with the purple hint of Ultramarine Shadow this is looking a little flat.  May try to add some color with the next highlight.

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