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    This be what we see, matey.


    This signature left intentionally blank.

    Really.

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    Odd that such would happen. It's not like I log in or anything. Well I tried the whole hosting process and now I want to kick the crap out of programmers again for their anal retentive thinking and total lack of interpersonal skills. Hence I shall try the good old copy and paste.

    Thanks for your help though. Damn them programmers!!! :steam:

    EDIT :- All fixed now.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Tints and shades of anthraquinone blue if you're feeling conservative. Dioxazine and quinacridone gold if you're feeling flamboyant.

    *wanders off*

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    I think orange and red. *nod*

    Daboo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    Tints and shades of anthraquinone blue if you're feeling conservative. Dioxazine and quinacridone gold if you're feeling flamboyant.

    *wanders off*
    Oh to be classically trained.

    I'll have to research those as I only know like bluey grey and kinda like the bark on a silver birch etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    I think orange and red. *nod*

    Daboo!
    Daboo?
    Orange and red would be a little painful on the eyes no?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    I can see that working but I'm wondering if a more muted and natural tone wouldn't be more appropriate. I'm more concerned with trying to emulate a skin tone in a colour other than the pinkish hue of humans. I think that perhaps using this blue may end up making the model look more like a statue than a living thing. Mind you with a tan undercoat the combination could work I suppose. I'd have to use the blue sparingly and in a thin coat else it would look like blue on blue.

    Mike did suggest grey or perhaps blue grey, they call it rainy grey in the paints I use, but then I'm worried it would create a washed out look overall.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Tints and shades.

    Would solve the "omgit'sblue/purple/red/orange/polkadotted" problem you seem to be worried about.

    Jesus. It's just fucking paint.

    Wasted on toys no less. :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincrow007 View Post
    Tints and shades.

    Would solve the "omgit'sblue/purple/red/orange/polkadotted" problem you seem to be worried about.

    Jesus. It's just fucking paint.

    Wasted on toys no less. :rolli:
    Oh if only I could show you the effects of washes, oils, weathering, stippling, dry brushing and layering. Painting pictures is one thing but 3 dimensions brings ... well another dimension to it

    For some examples
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    For 2D I always preferred charcoal or graphite myself.

    Edit :-
    Hang on one cotton picking minute..... JUST paint? JUST paint???? :steam:
    IF I recall right you were explaining the process of selecting paper once. JUST paint?? Frickin hypocrite sez I!!
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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