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Hey guys back again and with three mini's this time! I have done the mighty Ape-x and the scary eye beast along with my take on the clay golem! I felt he looked like the Incredible Hulk so I did him so as always I had a blast doing these and could not wait to share them with my friends on this site! Thanks so much for your likes and comments it makes my day every time I get a like or comment! As always comments are appreciated and gratefully received!!
I like this miniature. It's fun to paint and has character. Started with brown liner. Then moved up to Magma Red. Skip a lot of steps. I like his tummy. Fun to paint. Drybrushed some lava orange on him, but it's not coming out in the picture. Looks kind of brown. I mixed walnut brown and linen white in various quantities to gain different shades of grey. The gun and glove were painted with the following mix: 4 drops Honed Steel : 1 drop Walnut Brown. And dry brushed Magma to make it not grey. I think I should go over it again with the Honed Steel mix that or pick up a lighter color
Painted this guy up a while ago. Intended to use him as part of a diorama, but ultimately decided to leave him by his lonesome. Entered him in the Spaceship Superstar contest and the Year of Giants contest. He was a fun experiment in shaded metallics. Clockwork Brass is so fun!
Hello and greetings Reaper forum members. I present to you my first finished miniature of the year. Ape x breaking free from captivity. I know that's a long time to finish something. I used a brick for the base. Tea and garden dirt along with plant matter. The poles are plastic drinking straws. The net is from my Mexican snack package. The bases and placard are made of cereal boxes. Paint is craft paint reaper and Vallejo. Any ideas how to improve my painting are welcome. All thoughts comments suggestions and derailment are welcome. Gracious T-d Front Back Left Side Right Sid