Hey there, had to work til very late this week (again), and on the weekend, too (again), but yesterday I lifted my paint brush and finished the skin. Almost there! How do you like them? I feel the skin looks much better than on my Abomination…
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I think they look great. The hell pit is a little pinker in the recesses, this could be because there are more creases, or that they're deeper. I don't think it's a problem, because both projects are impressive.
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You're right, Stahly, the skin does look better than the Abomination's; there seems to be a little more contrast. Though, I can't tell if that's b/c it's on a smaller canvas or b/c you've done something different with your shading/highlighting process. Either way, they're looking good.