Just a quick update from my paint station. Since my last post, I painted the hair and the black leather. Slow painting is going slow… damn you Borderlands 2! I plan to finish them this weekend though. That means I need a good amount of painting done, so chance is that when you read this, I’ve already made a little progress. Stay tuned!
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I've been enjoying these WIP shots, what colours are you using for the flesh tones for these girls? My hexagonal pot elf/dwarf fleshes have dried up and I'm in the market for new paint.