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PhantomAquarist

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  1. Spent the last three days doing new techniques I've never done before. First-time face texturing, using an airbrush, and first time NMM.
  2. I love painting these dice people! Painted the wizard to be an unpainted die, and the familiar as a die made of ivory (bone.) I now have these joining the gang, and only two left to paint. :D
  3. This one was pretty fun to do! :)
  4. I'm sorry that's weird. I don't know why you'd need that to view it. Although the good news is it's not making it so that you have to log into my specific account. You just have to log into Facebook in general. So there shouldn't be any harm to it. There's supposed to be pictures I had censored here... Update: For some reason they took down my pictures that I had up that were censored, and then as everyone can read on my post where it says "images removed for" they put "nudity." The censor bars were big enough to be bikini tops so there was nothing being shown. They told me that you're not allowed to have censor bars??????.......??? I ended up asking them why the exact company that runs this forum has an issue with a figure that they sell themselves and to top it off is shown topless on the sales site. It's not painted or sculpted sexually and by the end of the day the figure isn't a real human, and should be seen instead as art. They kept refusing to answer me directly on this topic, and repeatedly told me I have to use links. So there was pictures here. but for some reason they have an issue with censoring pictures. Which was a good thing to do and not a bad thing to do. Lol. So I can't show the pictures on here even if I wanted to. I have to send links now. Their own product can't be shown on here. This system is comedicly broken when it comes to the logic. "We'll sell them visually nude but we don't want to see them after they're painted." XD
  5. Painted her to be a vampiric white witch! The Violet Witch is an Elvin protector to the forests. Not quick to trust most, and will kill as quick as wolfsbane if prompted. For some reason the metal around the Jewel on her staff is showing up hardcore blue. I only lightly dusted the inner area, but all that metal is showing up as blue in pictures compared to in person. And I have no clue why. Lol There's more pictures uncensored in my group at this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/447509039179230/permalink/531957040734429/
  6. Had an hour to decide what I needed for the group. Decided to paint up a drowned zombie horde! :D
  7. I had this figure sitting around for awhile and thought I'd paint it. I went for the stereotypical National Geographic look for Rexy. Still have to decorate the base.
  8. I'm sure you're going to do great on it. I finished it in two because it was 4am and I still didn't sleep yet. Lol
  9. Thanks! It took me two hours to do this one. Was really tired but I kept telling myself to finish it. Lol
  10. Gotta touch up some areas later like the excess paint in the mouth. But other than that I'd say it's tabletop ready! :)
  11. Wow! Those cabbages look real! Nice job! :)
  12. Decided to take one of my pirates and turn it into a flashy swashbuckling pimp. Lol
  13. If you're talking about the white die numbers. I took white and watered it down majorly. Then I took a fine tipped brush and let a small amount drain down into the numbers. Leaving them look faded. I used Reaper's paint for the white and blue, and for the faded faces on the die I put Citadel's nightshade on them. And lastly very finely dusted white across the surfaces. :)
  14. Thank you! I'm happy it turned out well. :)
  15. An old D10 adventurer. Tried to make him look like a worn out old die.
  16. Just finished this Reaper figure today!
  17. Finished this a few days ago. One thing I have to say. I've looked at a lot of people's online before doing mine. And not to be rude but I don't like any of theirs. Nobody seemed to try and do a theme to the rocks that location wise made more sense for the fossilized dinosaur on its back. Lots of people made gems and all kinds of other things. You wouldn't find those things around fossil remains. So this was my attempt to have something more surreal and actually include the fossils better and since I collect museum quality fossils apart from painting minis. I've seen enough to try my hand at what it would look like more on an excavation site. :)
  18. Being completely honest all I did was very lightly added two colors to the end of my brush on opposite ends and then went across a few times in wavy strokes and swirls until it looked good. All while avoiding it leaking down into the cracks of the floor. That's how I did it. Probably looks good because natural stuff isn't planned to look natural. It just chaotically happens. Then I topped it off with trying to unevenly paint browns and greens and feathering in some white. Lol.
  19. I did this one a while ago. My first attempt to recreate the painted version on the packaging. I'm just missing the foliage. This was super fun! :D
  20. I was having some fun playing with green stuff and decided to revamp the base of this Goroloth. I scupted corals, tube sponge, starfish, and a deadly blue-ringed octopus! There's some pictures of the sculpts before trimming and painting also. :D
  21. Thanks! When I first started off I didn't learn right away to thin the paint, but I do that now. I've been wanting to do zenithal priming for a while though. :D
  22. I love it! Great job!
  23. I didn't think about priming gray. I've been strictly painting back and forth between white and black primer. Also a lot of people are surprised to know for some reason that this wasn't done with any model craft paints. This was straight up Walmart acrylic paint from the art section for my first. Everyone makes a fuss about it. Lol. Now I use better brands. But I can't wait for the next project I want to try that method out! Thanks! :D
  24. Really?! That was just a guess. I've literally had no guidance in the matter. Lol.
  25. They would have been really cool to see honestly. I have an issue that I can't figure out for my painting style. Whenever I paint. Everything looks blotchy. I don't understand a proper painting style to obtain such seamless paint strokes that don't look raised off the surface. I think a lot of people's work that I see are probably painted with oil paint.
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