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Now its time for the Rogue Necromancy. This will get me to a playable 50 SS Crew. The heads are finished save the eyes. These will get red for the sake of some color.

Next comes the tail (?). Any ideas for some disgusting details?

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Love the dynamica between the cloth colours and the grime. The moss between the stones on the bases is also a very nice touch.

 

The pic of all the belles and doxies together made me wish for a diorama with some dynamic play of light and shadow. From the looks of your work you could definitely pull that off.

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Good wish. I'm busy (with lots of paueses) with a big Space Wolves/Demons diorama since last winter. So not many chances I will do something like that in the near future. But I thougt about doing a little paintjob around the sone-to-come transportbox. Like creating a similar scene on the inside of the box. Let's see what the future brings.

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Finally I finished the base of Rogue Necromancy.

I am really happy how this monster has turned out. I had no idea what it might look like. Most of the pictures I had seen of a painted RN, I did not like. Mostly the monster just look much too colorful. But I wanted the Mini to look harmonious despite the different "components".

A good friend then brought me to mix the main colors together and then go into shadows and lights. So purple, green and beige mixed into a desaturated brown-gray. From this I mixed the other colors in different compositions. The exception is the bright purple of the tail head (?). But then I picked it up again at the tongues. In addition, the tail has a slightly yellowish green, which only exchanges there. The red of the eyes is only there then. I am less proud of the result than rather amazed at what I have achieved. Also the many positive comments on the last malt meeting have really made me happy!


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Really nice figures. The pictures of the one in fuchsia under the lamp gave me a special feeling, like I came across an antique find, perhaps porcelain, in an old shop.

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