The original Dwarf was a very dark figure. Granted they spent a lot of time underground so they probably did not have that much need for bright colors. I tried to bring the darkness to this figure. Though I have lightened the chainmail, I may have done the same thing as I did with the Palace guards.
The last version of the dwarf is the best - as Jim said, brighter is better. I learned the same thing when i painted minis for wargames - the smaller the scale, the lighter you need to paint the model to make it stand out on the table.
Keep up the good work - you are making great models, and i am looking forward to your wizard (and what else you want to create for all of us)
Post by Dryw the Harper on Oct 18, 2009 0:41:36 GMT -9
I too love this figure (and I agree on the brighter the better for across the table). I printed out a bunch of these Dwarves, changing the hair color, making some blond, some brown, and some a orange-red, for variety. They make for a good patrol unit.
cowboyleland: It looks like you guys are busy, but I would like to point out that the "Ghoul Design Tutorial." which would start to answer bobsomething 's question from Aug 10, is MIA (again)
Aug 13, 2019 6:13:32 GMT -9
squirmydad: I need to reset a primary domain or something.
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