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Was asked to paint this up for a friend who loves Japanese stuff and is planning on running a game based around Asian stuff. Not sure of the company, they just handed me the mini. The base I had was a teeny bit smaller then the actual mini. So I moved the limbs a bit to make it look like it is creeping off the base. Actually really like the effect. Kind of wish it was my mini to keep.
Heck yeah! I almost spiked the mini when I saw how nice the pics came out. Been struggling for 4 years now to take a good pic.
For a friend, 2 more Dragonkin to go (one Reaper and another Dark Sword)
oh and here are some larger pics for my picture sized challenged friends out there....
A friend has me painting up a bunch of these Darksword dragonkin models for a campaign. Experimentations galore in this one, especially to try and speed up painting the cloak and skin (used reapers clear paints.)
I have been a Reaper paint man for quite some time, but recently picked up some citadel shades and have been nothing but happy with them. Their blue shade over the green/yellow skin gave just the desired effect. They also don't appear to be as matt as Reapers paints, most cases I prefer more matt, but in this case the reptilian skin seems to have just the right amount of gloss.
Also used Vallejo's satin varnish (another new purchase) for the armor which protects and keeps it shiny without looking wet like the normal gloss would or destroying the shine like most of the matt varnishes I have used.
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