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Great work and hobby output, hope you like Oreos cos you just got a cookie! I'm getting angry at my own lack of output, I really need to get a grip of my projects
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This output was largely due to a choice between sitting in an office on my own painting, or talking to your brother for 12 hours. I picked painting.
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This output was largely due to a choice between sitting in an office on my own painting, or talking to your brother for 12 hours. I picked painting.
I normally just stub cigarettes out on my arms, its less painful!
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First mini complete. After the weekend of nights I got them all to a point where they each need some one-on-one attention. First off the production line, Ortan Cassius. I'm not really happy with how the script on the oath papers came out, so I may revisit them and just leave them blank.



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Another productive late night I see, I've been tinkering myself but not on your level. Hopefully I'll have something to show by start of the week
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Well this all looks awesome.

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I'm not really happy with how the script on the oath papers came out, so I may revisit them and just leave them blank.
How are you doing the script?
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Black ink and an AP insane detail brush.
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Black Ink isn't too runny for this application?

I, on suggestion from someone in this forum I'm sure way back when I was rocking my BA plog actively, started using pigment brush pens. Super accurate points with excellent flow because it's straight pigment not paint. The lightest touch gives nice black lines with accuracy as steady as your hands (the hardest part, I know). Pic for reference, my first ever time using the pen to accomplish my goals and it was pretty dang easy to get what I was looking for:



The terrible SANG was done with a super tiny detail brush and is pretty stupid looking. It's long since been replaced with BAAL using the pen.
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Black Ink isn't too runny for this application?
No, it works fine if you don't overload the brush.

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I, on suggestion from someone in this forum I'm sure way back when I was rocking my BA plog actively, started using pigment brush pens. Super accurate points with excellent flow because it's straight pigment not paint.
As I read this I look to the shelf to my left and smack myself on the head for being an idiot. My missus has a whole bag of them and I never even thought of using them.

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Two more done. The Salamander's skin tone is a lot darker than it looks under the lights.



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