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Friday, January 23, 2015

WIP: Rackham Dwarves, Shades and Glazes

Welcome back let's pick up where we left off. I began to glaze the flesh tones of the dwarves with the colors above and got the results in the picture below...



Then I shaded the gold...
 ... and the metals keeping the colors for the shading respective to the initial undertones for each dwarve I created in the last post...
 Then each dawrve's beard was shaded...
 Then the wood of the barrels was glazed, again keeping in mind the undertone of each dwarve...
The lenses of the goggles got some shading next.
 And finally, the leather needed some contrast (keeping in mind the undertone of each)...
I'll stop here for now. I don't normally toot my own horn, but these are coming out fantastic!

Next Post: Highlights, glazes on the metals to add some heat distress and reflected colors from their surroundings. Thanks for having a look, hit me up with questions and comments - and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain!

2 comments:

  1. Looks great even at extreme close-ups. Your pictures also capture the amount of work (and patience) required for high quality painting. Loving it so far!

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    1. Thanks! These went remarkably fast too once i got at them :)

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