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While I'm usually at work creating allsorts of undead gribblies, I quite often paint other stuff. It's become a tradition for me to bring a model with me when I'm teaching people how to paint at my friendly local gaming store. I'll often use the model I'm working on to show how to paint certain things like eyes or to just show how to drybrush, use washes etc. To date I've finished two other models "while at work"; A Dark Emissary-(2) and a River Troll. I use seasonal sales to pick up interesting looking models to work on, and I've got loads of them stashed away by now!
Here he is, painted using standard GW paints and washes ^^
Sadly, you can't see the bowstring on these pics! So here's a unedited one where you can see that abit clearer.
Thanks for your time!
Your fluffraping hurts my eyes. - TehDarkPredator
I like your choice of colors very much. The dark, toned down color palette fits the model very well, and it looks very menacing!
Looking at the other pic, the bowstring looks great, I will probably steal your idea (if I will ever paint a WE mini).
I think that you can pick out some details here and there using a small brush (above all on the face, in order to draw the eye to it).
In my opinion, this improves the looks of a drybrushed mini a lot (I am not a huge fan of drybrush).
Very nice work on the other minis as well, thank you for sharing!