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    Legion of Azgorh Daemonsmith

    First mini I havent painted in about a year so rusty but good to get going again. Forst time doing vials like this but pretty happy with them. Its a comission piece and done relatively similar to the official artwork but I tweaked things (namely NMM) and I preffered a cold blue OSL to suit a cold chaos feel. The flesh was also done more of a green tone. I just feel a warm pink usual human flesh is too cheery for something chaotic.

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    I like it, good work on the vials!

    I would have liked a colder maybe winter ish base with no leaves I think.
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    I did contemplate snow actually.
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    Lovely the skin tones are gorgeous. Vials look like they've worked well but maybe could go further with the highlights to really give the glass look?

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    Any tips on the OSL? You achieve it so well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supervike View Post
    Any tips on the OSL? You achieve it so well!
    thanks! OSL can get very involved and if your going for a really big full on effect then its more about the shadows than the light itself.
    However on a simple effect like this then I dont worry about shadows. You have too things to think about. First up is where the light falls. Easiest way to do that is shine a small light source from as near to the osl placement as possible so it shows where light falls.
    The second aspect is the actual painting. What I do is place a basecoat onto the osl source. This is the darkest shade the osl will be. I also make a dilution of this colour and apply it in a a series of glazes where the osl light will fall. Start from the further points this will fall and bring it in towards the osl source, so your applying more of this the closer you get. After that its simply a case of adding a little white, painting this on (getting closer to the osl source each time). Eventually you want to get to a pure white dot in the centre of the osl source. What I also do is on edge highlights make this a little brighter (as you would with non osl highlghts).

    I hope that makes sense?
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