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    lizard

    I've almost finished painting the Lizard. I'm thinking of doing an unmasked spiderman character to go with it. It's 7 and 1/4 inches tall.

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    Dude, I hate to me a jerk but the paint ruins this. The sculpt doesn't look too bad, but once you added the paint it went down hill. You should be more careful with your colors. Sorry to be so harsh.

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    i think the coloring came out pretty nice. makes hime look dirty and crazy like he dont giv a shit. some parts are a bit iffy on the coloring, like around his lips

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    I agree with Misael. you need to build up your colors more gradually and choose better colors in general. the paint really did ruin this piece. because it was amazing before hand. I think a lot can be learned from painting Warhammer miniatures. check out www.gamesworkshop.com for some painting tips on painting 3d. they also offer a plethora of good colors

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    lizard 2

    thanks for the tips. I tried to paint it with a medium round brush. I picked up a liner brush at the dollar store. here are some clean up picks. I used some left over acrylic paint as well as some testors products. I did the sculpt over friday, sat , sunday. Do you guy use air brushes to layer your paint? Then proceed with thin washes?

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    really strange painting technique, why is everything glossy?

    the pink u used on the gums is pretty outlandish i find.

    overall good sculpture, but you shud rework the paint

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