Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by Amadis » 25 Mar 2013, o 22:28

I like how the red in the knuckles works. But the nose needs to be fixed to show two nostrils instead of one big hole doesn't it? Cheers :)

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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by sea.man » 28 Mar 2013, o 10:54

really nice painting, much better then my wild boyz :)
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by Demi_morgana » 28 Mar 2013, o 11:03

I think I will try to use similar skintone on ToG greenskins... 8)
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by p1per » 29 Mar 2013, o 16:57

Nice flashy skintone. I also really like what you did with that polearm-handle, looks nice.

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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by skraaal » 31 Mar 2013, o 15:29

My weekend workshop review is now up on my blog for any that would like to read it! http://www.miniature-studio.com/apps/blog
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by skraaal » 8 Apr 2013, o 22:36

Painting up a Monk atm, trying to make use of the points learned at the workshop I attended.

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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by skraaal » 9 Apr 2013, o 12:28

More progress, he should be finished today.
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by Nameless » 9 Apr 2013, o 12:56

I would like better contrast between clothing and skin, they are too similar in colour...
technically it's very nice.
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by Demi_morgana » 9 Apr 2013, o 13:01

Very cool airbrush-job :)
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Re: Skraaal's Work In Progress Thread

Post by skraaal » 9 Apr 2013, o 13:21

The only bit the airbrush was used for was to lay down the initial gradient for the robes and skin. The rest of it is brush work, but I am trying to learn how to better use the airbrush, so they'll be a bit of this type of work from me! :D

I agree with you about the skin, not sure how to vary it too much though, if you Google Chinese Monks, you'll see that the robes and skin are very similar in color :?
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