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    goblin fun

    Hello, I ran behind for Haloween this year for my new porch decoration. Early for next i guess. my friend John came over and in a few minutes lit and did some great photos for me.

    Would love some good painting links, crits welcome.

    Kevin

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    wow looking awesome so far-esp the feet and hands.I also like the eyes,are they beads? What kinda painting tips do you need? I have some realistic skin tutorials if you need them?

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    excellent character a little gollum likeness
    like the pose, the anger, feet are awesome

    keep going
    can't wait to see the little animal in his hand

    bravo

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    Cool. How big is he?

    "Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
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    Thanks for the response, very cool. The eyes are 2 inch marbles, from a glass shop in KC. He is 2 foot tall, hince the puttyed up line in his mid section.
    Had to split him into two sections to fit him in my oven.

    As for painting him, any tutes would be welcomed. translucent layering for a realistic look is the direction im going, but im still in the playing with samples stage. ,typs of paint used.??

    Kevin

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    This is from a help page on clubhouse sculpting forum-basically any paint you like is the one for you,if not have fun and experiment with different types for the look you need.

    Paint for a Brush
    1) Poly Scale
    2) Delta
    3) Liquitex
    4) Winsor and Newton Oils
    5) Humbrol enamels
    6) FW Inks
    7) Vallejo arcylics
    8- Liquitex
    9) Goldens in a tube
    10) Dr. Martins Spectralite
    11) Cartoon Colour animation cel-vinyl. Water based

    Paint for a Airbrush.
    1) LifeTones
    2) Comart
    3) Golden
    4) Humbrols + laquer thinner
    5) FW Inks
    6) PolyScale
    7) Model Master Acrylic
    8- Dr. Martins Spectralite
    9) Holbein Aeroflash
    10) Badger Freakflex
    11) Createx opaques and transparents
    12) Cartoon Colour animation cel-vinyl. Water based

    this is the skin tutorial
    http://www.theeffectslab.com/skinpainting.htm

    Hope this helps.

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