Darksword Miniatures: Muse, Euterpe

She’s done!!

I love her!!

I love all the muses, really. I’m a little upset that I missed the Kickstarter, because I would have cleaned up! Here’s my own critique: I needed to clean up the eyes. However, I painted them about 5 times, and I had to simple green her face at one point due to her tiny little bitty eyes. So I was done with them. If I had it to do over again, I wouldn’t have worked on her face after working 14 hours. Second, I got the blending on the back done wonderfully (so modest), but I could have blended the side of the front better. I’m not sure how, but that’s what I’m working on. Those v’s just didn’t want to cooperate. And her skin, I’m still working on getting that to look more realistic. I’m getting better, but I’m still not getting what I want.

So, let me know what you think about her! She’s a fantastic sculpt, and I’m so glad she can sit on my shelf now for others to marvel at! 😉IMG_0416 IMG_0417 IMG_0410 IMG_0414 IMG_0415Comments and criticisms are always welcome here, I appreciate them more than you can know!

As far as the 6MMRPC goes, I’m making progress on my giant army, but not enough to take pictures of… Hopefully I’ll have some time on Monday to knock a group out! Until next time!

-marinealRose

4 thoughts on “Darksword Miniatures: Muse, Euterpe

  1. Lovely work. The blue is very smooth transitions. Impressive eyes. I really like the green/blue dots on the rock….fossil?
    It may be the picture, but it looks like the flesh tone is mostly one colour? Maybe bring up the contrast there a bit? I dunno, I found I often go too far with skin highlights and suddenly they look terrible, so maybe you are better off not doing that.
    Wonderful fig.

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    1. Haha! I have the same problem with skin! To combat that, I thin my paints to a ridiculous degree, and then you can’t see what I did. Not sure what the answer is there… Thanks a lot! Skin and cloth are my big to-dos right now!

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