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Ravenswood

Serpentarium's Malifaux Mondays - HEAVY PICS

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Holy flippin' moly, didn't see this thread before.
you're painting style is very beautiful, I really like the bright colours and comicy style, especially in a "time" where a lot that is been painted on a high professional level seems to be very muted in colours and tone. This makes your miniatures even more appealing in my eyes, it's really shining out ;-)

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That is fantastic. Excellent example of how to do black well. Lobe the set up too

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Just wanted to add, the quality of some of the models on this thread is outstanding. Among too many to mention...love the first Student of Conflict, with the mean little face looking to the side. And the red winged lady with bloody eyes. So good

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I really do envy this composition: The towned down colours in sharp contrast to the skin. The differentiations of black. The Zombie-Skin.

This model is superb!

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Your Malifaux models are absolutely stunning. The detail you capture in the faces is amazing.

 

For Rowan (alt Rafkin), did you add gloss varnish to the bottles or are they totally matte?

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On 13.03.2017 at 11:07 PM, Burnin' Coal said:

@Ringil do you use oils or acrylics ? 

Acrylics

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On 14.03.2017 at 9:23 AM, RustAndTheCity said:

For Rowan (alt Rafkin), did you add gloss varnish to the bottles or are they totally matte?

I forgot about gloss varnish so bottles matte )

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Some great stuff for sure, have you got any tutorials up?

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18 hours ago, Moondog said:

Some great stuff for sure, have you got any tutorials up?

We already did some step-by-step shots for tutorials but there needs a lot of time to transform them to high quality tutorials. 

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1 hour ago, Ravenswood said:

We already did some step-by-step shots for tutorials but there needs a lot of time to transform them to high quality tutorials. 

This is good news :) I will look forward to your tutorials...your skin tones are always excellent 

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I really should not find it adorable that you signed that base after painting it, but I do.

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Outstanding! I really love the metal works on the wheel with its light green tone which makes a perfect contrast to the orange!

Give us more ;)

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Very cool! Which colour did you use for the greenish hue on the top metal section?

 

And which for the browns on alternative Dashel?

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@Treehouse Dark sea blue + little dot of black fot the base and highlights the mix with Iraqui sand (all Vallejo Model Color). 

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Also anyone interested in little 'how to paint' tutorial for Patty Ramone? Same way as I did for Lady J

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