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Othikent

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  1. Thanks! I was impressed with the detail on them. They did prove to be a challenge. I'd say there about half the scale I'm used to painting.
  2. A good friend picked up the Gargoyles Awakening board game recently and seeing as Gargoyles was a major part of my childhood I couldn't not paint them up for them. I'm rather happy with how they turned out. But I'd like to hear what you all think. More pics in the link https://www.instagram.com/p/CW3f5i8rIiV/?utm_medium=copy_link
  3. Glad you like them. It's not the easiest thing to make them look right.
  4. Thank you! I was happy with how they turned out.
  5. Decided to give Wizkids pre primed miniatures again. These larger ones have good sculpts needed to clean up some mold lined and flash. But the actual primer leaves something to be desired and needed to be reprimed. Rather happy with the outcome, good practice with larger areas of skin. I'd love to hear what you all think. https://www.instagram.com/p/CXPI4dfuide/?utm_medium=copy_link
  6. Thanks! And Safety is important, look both ways before crossing to kick Spider-Man's butt.
  7. Picked this one up on a whim and decided to do a bit of experimentation with Zenithal Highlighting and underpainting. Didn't turn out as expected but I'm happy with it nonetheless. Underpainted him with a dark blue and Zenithal Highlighted with a white then painted the Veins with a blue as well and finally sprayed a red ink over top. The red came out nicely. My intention was for the shadows and veins to come out purple but they turned brown. Re-shaded them with a dark black purple inks and highlighted them up. Over all I'm happy with the results. https://www.instagram.com/p/CVmNEaDtq6c/?utm_medium=copy_link
  8. Got some more details in. Still need to push the highlights farther on the blades and claws.
  9. Thanks for the tip. I'll have to see if I have any. I know I have a pot of Blood for the blood God floating around.
  10. Picked up a Carnage for Marvel's Crisis Protocol on a whim and started working on it today. Decided to experiment with this one. With a dark blue base followed by a white zenethal highlight. Then I picked out the veins in a Darker blue black. Finally glazed the whole thing in a red ink. didn't quite turn out as hoped. The veins turned out rather brown instead of the intended purple. But the main skin rone turned out a nice vibrant red. A series of precise black and purple washes darkened up the veins. Next I'll pick out a few highlights in the black areas and on to details like the eyes and mouth. I'd love feedback.
  11. Thanks everyone! This has reaffirmed my hatred of painting yellow. Such a finicky color.
  12. Finished my second crew for Core Space. The Poseidon crew. Over all I enjoyed the miniatures but a few problems with the molding ment I had to modify two of the minis. The captain's right eye was just to muddy for me to get it to look right so he got a snazzy eyepatch. And I added a few wires to the techies cyberarm. The bases where incorporated and blank so I tried a new style with the painting and scratchbuilt a few items to scatter around. https://www.instagram.com/p/CVGeit5r4OI/?utm_medium=copy_link
  13. Yellow is a hard color to paint. Almost done with another model. Not sure about the guys jacket.
  14. Got a bit more work done. Mainly the shirts and one jacket.
  15. Got the faces done and constructed some items to add to the bases. Then got hyper focused on one miniature and nearly finished him.
  16. Started on some more Core Space miniatures. This time the Poseidon crew. These miniatures come with incorporated plane bases so I decided not to clip them off like I usually would and work with them instead. This is an experiment for me. Decided to try and do sort of stylized deck plating on the bases. Fairly happy with it, but I'd love feedback.
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