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What a cool mini! Love your paint job. His costume looks like actual leather, especially the red parts. The metal on his Is swords looks so real and the guns look like they've seen a LOT of use. Really cool. Gonna have to check out your WIP to see what paints you used.

 

Is he inhaling the smoke from his guns?! :blink: I never saw the movie and know nothing about the character. Looks like a bit of a nutjob. lol Might have to see it now. ::D:

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13 minutes ago, CorallineAlgae said:

What a cool mini! Love your paint job. His costume looks like actual leather, especially the red parts. The metal on his Is swords looks so real and the guns look like they've seen a LOT of use. Really cool. Gonna have to check out your WIP to see what paints you used.

 

Is he inhaling the smoke from his guns?! :blink: I never saw the movie and know nothing about the character. Looks like a bit of a nutjob. lol Might have to see it now. ::D:

 

Heh, nutjob is perhaps putting it mildly.  That said, the movie is absolutely awesome.  :D

 

As is this bust.  Amazing job Ub3r, especially as fast as you did it.

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He didn't need any batting, Deadpool is plenty batty already!

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5 hours ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

Thanks all!

 

Yup, done in 7 hours total. ::D:

 

You're a lean mean Painting Machine!!!!

 

Looks amazing!

 

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Well done Sir, I like the added smoke effect really brings it home!

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Thanks again everyone, heck of a lot of fun and a break from my normal fantasy genre. ::D: 

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Amazing work and for a "speed paint", no less!  Just wow!!

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1 hour ago, 72moonglum said:

So cool! So then is the gleam purely through the gloss finish or did you work on extreme white highlights or both?

Just the super glossy finish. It was difficult to take pics of as well. But looks amazing in person. 

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