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Well my first post is a WIP shot of Games Workshops Vlad Von Carstein...

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 ...I'm not sure where to go with the colours of the cloak so any ideas and advice would be very welcome indeed. I'm thinking to go for a very fleshy colour, as apposed to the paler bluey colours you see on Vampires now days, to tie in with the red armour and general 'theme' of the miniature. I might go for the standard hand raising out of the ground infront him? haven't thought much about the base yet though.

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  1. Jericho's Avatar
    I say keep the cloak black, and go for a green/white glow for the faces sculpted in the cloth. Should look suitably creepy/magicky. It contrasts sharply with the red armor as well, but the white should tone down the green a bit so it doesn't clash.
  2. Ghrask Dragh's Avatar
    Thank you Jericho, black and green sounds like a great idea.
    What if a painted the cloak black lightly highlighted, then glaze a layer of dark green ink over the whole coak, just to give it a green tint and highlight the faces with alot lighter greens making them stand out from the dark cloak and as you say add the creepy feel to it. What do you think?
    I was thinking of green for the jewels too, if I did the whole glowing eyes thing in green aswell it might get a bit too much. There's alot of red in there though so might not be too bad.
    I have say I love painting this mini, hopefully I get another one at some point in the future.

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