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I finally managed to get some paint on this fellow.
All the large areas are done with an Airbrush (Iwata HP-c+). This being my first Airbrush-project - I have to admit that airbrushing is as fun as sculpting.
The colours are from Games Workshop and Vallejo - and after airbrushing I did the details the usual way (which seems a bit dull compared to airbrushing ).
I had to redo the chicken which escaped during the painting process.
oh mann... thats really great....
...takes Big Balls to make a baddass like him...
...that Gator is my Hero
the props are great... love the details
...keep it up
"The function of art is to stop us and take us out of our skin,
Unveiling the spirit's pure nakedness without beginning or end.
These dialogues of Maker and Seer weave together matter with soul,
Consecrating the practice of art as speech of the ineffable." ~ALEXgrey
....fear the munky
Beautiful! Have you considered a glossy finish on the Croc's skin?
What fun, love the croc. Great job on the painting, too.
A person who makes no mistakes seldom makes anything.
I Have one crit, only that you should use some glaze on those eyes, and a little bit over the entire body. kinda give him that leathery sheen you know?
Witness the contents of mind, the visions and sounds, the thoughts, as clouds passing through the vast expanse - the sky-like nature of mind. The rootedness of Being is in emptiness, clarity and awareness: unborn, unspoilt, stainlessly pure. ~Alex Grey
My brother (this is a gift for him) has asked for minor changes - better nails, colour change in the signs on the backpack - and I will include exactly what you suggests. He (Croc - not my brother) has not been varnished yet - and I believe that should be enough for the body-shine. The eyes will get a full shine. Thanks for the crit.