Hey all, today I thought I’d show the beginnings of a Nighthaunt Tomb Banshee.
I have had this model laying around for several years now and decided the other day to assemble and paint her. I guess I could just leave the model as it is and say it’s finished, but think I should do a little more with some washes between her hair, cloak and face. What do you guys think? How would you improve the model or shall I just call it a day with her and pass as finished?
Yeah, I think I'll do that with the eyes etc more.
I agree with more definition around the eyes, maybe a green glaze over the "glow" on the ground, but that's it.
I think this would look AMAZING photographed on a black background…
I would love to take a photograph with a black background, but I can never take photos this way as they always turn out grainy. Something I need to learn to do.
Nice job! I'll paint the eyes and/or the inner mouth black (glossy black for the eyes) but maybe it is too much extreme, it could change the whole job and it is irreversible lol!
I'll give it a think as I was planning on doing the eyes/mouth black. But your right in that it could go wrong and I'd be in a bit of a pickle!!
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Really like the way the model is looking. To improve I might try and bring out the eyes some more with a darker shadow around them. It would give the model a focus.