Sunday, 21 April 2013

OW Fighter

Finished the other day and just needs basing along wih the other Otherworld adventurers I've finished so far.

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  1. Some stunning brushwork in this little fellow! Always a pleasure to see new stuff fresh from your table.

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  2. Really lovely work, the tone on the armour is great.

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  3. enHe looks grand. Very much looking forward to seeing how you base him.

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    1. Cheers Anne :)

      The bases will just be the dungeon floor bases that came with the models so nothing too OTT. I did wonder if I could sneek a bit of ivy onto a few but I'm not sure if the client wants that kind of thing.

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  4. Good stuff! I wonder if you highlight everything with the same color and what that would be? It looks like the highlights have the same intensity but different temperature (higher are warmer).

    Thanks for any explanation!

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    1. Do you mean the highlights in general or just the OSL? In general I have a palette of colours that I tend to rely on quite a lot and when it comes to creating light highlights I use a lot of Vallejo Model Color German Camo Beige WW2, Stone Grey, Medium Grey, Silver Grey, Ivory and Game Color Bonewhite, White and Khaki.

      If you meant the OSL then I just use three colours for the 'glow', VMC USA Olive Drab, Ivory and VGC Sun Yellow. Mixing the olive drab and yellow to varying degrees gives a nice neutral colour that layers well over pretty much everything else. The Ivory is just added to the yellow to create brighter highlights. Hope some of that helps. :)

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  5. Awesome work. I love the subtle OSL effect.

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