Lt. Coldfire

60025: Gray Maiden

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Wow that is some stunning work!  I love the colours!

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Nice work, love the weathering on the metals, and the contrast to a beautifully blended blue cloak.

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Amazing work on the armor. 

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Beautiful metals, what's your recipe?

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Very smooth paint job stunning work!

 

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I love the colors of the cloak and the blending on it.  The metals are great also!

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nice job, i like the detailing on front of the armor

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20 hours ago, Pragma said:

Beautiful metals, what's your recipe?

I always play around with metals, so I don't have an exact recipe.  My process is to begin with a base coat, obviously, in this case I think I used Dwarven Gold and Speed Metal from Scale75.  From there I apply various washes in various degrees of dilution.  The blue tone is watered down Drakenhof Nighthshade from Citadel.  When it's all said and done, there's probably 3-4 coats of controlled washes on this model.  I then go back and highlight with the base coat, thinning as needed.

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