By Joy Schoenberger on March 14, 2012
I put in another two hours on the face, and I think I managed to improve it, although I’m still not completely satisfied.
Here’s an image with a ruler to show you the scale of this miniature:
Posted in WIP | Tagged Andrea Miniatures, Rob Roy | 3 Responses
Great light and expression. Very nice.
You think so? I’m still not completely happy with it. The blending just doesn’t look smooth enough to me. I’ll keep at it, though. And thanks!
In general, I’m finding blending to be more difficult on this larger model than on the smaller ones I’m used to. I wonder why that is…
Greeting from over the ocean. Great blog I must return for more.
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