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Decided to get a little out of the comfort zone with contrasts as well as have an excuse to use turquoise. Lol. Would like feed back on the colors as well as what would go good on the talons and the tail. I'm thinking the base will just get sand and dead grass, maybe a rock pile or random spread out rocks. As always, thank you in advance, --Jordan.
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Roseville, CA

I love the contrast. .. looking good!
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How about creamy white talons?

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 Kilkrazy wrote:
How about creamy white talons?

Sounds tempting. I was thinking about bone white but creamy white sounds a little better. Thanks
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Trustworthy Shas'vre

DFW area Texas - Rarely

like it a lot so far, can't wait to see more.

thanks for sharing!

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Everything is done except adding dead grass tufts to the base, which I have to order first.
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Fighter Ace

Denver, CO

He's looking great, I think a little bit of definition with lines in the edges of the armor plates might help though. They blend in with each other so much it's almost hard to tell some apart.

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Jovial Plaguebearer of Nurgle

Im liking the skin color, that little extra darkness sets it apart from the standard.
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Nice choice of colours.
Next step would be to use more than one colour per surface, e.g. accentuation or washes to add some depth. And paint the eyes.

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Ive found myself moving away from washes and on to weathering powders. I didn't use any pigments on this model because it was more of a practice of contrast than anything else.
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