How to paint realistic bone armour

bone armour finished

Don’t forget to work the different elements as a whole, otherwise the armour will look fake and not a part of the character

To create armour with bone, the first thing to do is to create a lot of sketches, to identify the design that you want to explore. You can have a lot of fun and freedom doing this because the combinations are unlimited. Here, I keep it quite simple: some thorax bones around her chest with a huge animal skull on her shoulder. You can of course mix human and animal bones to achieve a cool look.

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