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13 hours ago, lusciousmccabe said:

This skin is so rich and well defined without being over-exaggerated. Really top notch work man. 

 

Thank you, it was a real pleasure to work on that skin, just clicked into place. Now I just need to finish all the nmm on Cooper and No9

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5 hours ago, lusciousmccabe said:

Look great, really love how you approached the shading and intonation on the dress.

Thanks, I am currently experimenting with a fluid mix of stippling and blending working in a sketch style from a zenithal shading. Really fun technique

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Some great looking models here, really close to the original artworks 😉 (which i presume you went for).

A really nice desaturated palette, with some great NMM and Cloth textures. I especially love that skintone on Cooper's Totems, very natural. The leg and arm hair is also a very nice touch.

Looking forward to more...

 

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On 1/8/2022 at 12:49 AM, Nudelpullover said:

Some great looking models here, really close to the original artworks 😉 (which i presume you went for).

A really nice desaturated palette, with some great NMM and Cloth textures. I especially love that skintone on Cooper's Totems, very natural. The leg and arm hair is also a very nice touch.

Looking forward to more...

 

Yes, the original work from Angel's team was the main inspiration to go for.
Coopers totems just went super smooth process wise, no hickups, no back-and-forths, rare occasion for sure :)

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3 hours ago, sockwithaticket said:

Your stuff is just superlative, I really like that scheme for the 'rex.

Thank you so much. As stated earlier, the vision in my head looked way different.

I think that's the sign of reaching the pinnacle of painting - being able to transform your vision to a miniature without falling out of it involuntarily

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