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106th post - Bilbo Baggins! (Tutorial)

...  and half a year later, I'm back (again)!!!!!!!!! Well, while I acknowledge there have been too many pauses on my painting progress, I've reached a conclusion: My will to paint comes in waves (some longer than others) and there's no point in forcing it, since the main objective of this hobby is simply to have a good time doing something that makes me feel relaxed and happy. With that said, here's the so long promised tutorial on Bilbo Baggins at Bag End (from the Lord of the Rings , not the Hobbit ). The miniature belongs to the magazine   nr62   of BGiME. For this tutorial I have decided to try a new approach. There are some aspects that surely need to be re-worked (mainly concerning the photography style), but overall I intend to keep this type of tutorial on my future posts. For Bilbo's skin I used only two highlights since I wanted him to look fairer  than the normal hobbit,  but not lighter than an elf With his hair, I tried