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Sculpted by Julie Guthrie. Reaper #20017.
I'd rather not consider how much work this guys needs to really look good. I think I'll be trying to finish him up quickly, do something kinda cool with the base, and move him off the bench. His right hand is in a particularly desperate shape. I like where the tombstone is going. I wasn't sure how to handle it, but I've been stippling it with some washes here and there.
I like the long, swooping lines that curve around him.
For the base, I'm envisioning a mound of dirt extending from the tombstone straight out. Not a too recent burial though as grass has grown over the top of it.
Sorry I can't really help you out on the painting front but I'm here to add moral support.
What you've done on the 'cloth' is brilliant and if you get the time I'd be more than greatful if you could quickly outline what you did to achieve it?
edit : My only suggestion for improvement would be the eyes assuming they are finished. A glowing effect would suit them extremely well I would expect although that would probably be very hard to pull off well.
I'm liking it David. I think you've captured the typical "white sheet" ghost look, nicely done. I like the mini, the shape of his body and all is pretty good. The gravestone looks suitably worn and aged from what I can see, I like it. =)
The keepers are coming together.
I always considered the traps should be a sort of muddy colour to be slightly more camo, but that's just personal preference.
Thanks for keeping us updated.
Cervantes: In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.
The ghost looks really good in the photo of the gnoblars! The cloth is stunning.
The gnoblars themselves are looking good. Can I maybe suggest some sort of funky face tattoos or war-paint for them? Just to seperate them from the horde. Something simple and Deathblow-like might work.
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Very nice, I like the hint of purple. If I remember correctly you started that ghost quite a few months ago, good to see you finished him.
Really good work David, always a pleasure to see your painting. I like the purple shading and the gravestone looks really good. Kudos sir.