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Good ol' Frank Buck, always manages to find trouble, no matter where he goes.  And when he doesn't find it, you can be sure trouble is looking for him.  This was a quick speed paint, making use of washes and shading products. 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Highlander said:

From start to finish, absent drying time, how long did it take?

 

 

Hard to remember, but I'd say 1-2 hours of brush time total, over the course of a few days. I put down a flesh tone, clothing colors, and did black paint or brown liner on the boots, gun, whip, etc.  One color at a time and then set it aside for something else. Drybrushed with a random light color from my wet palette, and then used colored washes on the coat and pants, brown on skin, shirt and base.  A little silver on the knife and gun, and a few minutes on the face. 

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