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Doesn't NEED anything looks good from here. But that being said adding more detail never hurts. Just might not be noticed by the crowds.
 

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Can't go wrong with the Allen Hopps method~looks great! Like DeadED said, sometimes the details get lost at night, depends on your lighting. If you want 'it' to look fabulous in daylight, some dry brushed highlighting never hurt;)
 

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Just finished my first corpsed up skeli. I used Allen Hopps method. I think i may need to do a little accent dry brushing. What do you guys think?


Looks great as is, but dry brushing will make it pop a bit more during the day. Worth the extra step imo.
 

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if they're under black light, dry brushing some neon/fluorescent paints will make it pop in the dark

adding some "normal" (lol!) paints will give them more dimension especially under daylight but maybe also in the dark if they're under some accent or spot lighting as well

but yeah, he looks gr8!

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Looks very good, nicely rotten!

I find dry brushing makes the details pop. I usually dry brush mine with very light grey or tan and I add a few touches of dark green to rotten, fleshy spots. Anyways here are pics of before and after dry brushing, you can't go wrong either way he looks great!



 
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