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So my dragons, started here so long ago, have started to be released by Dark Sword in their year-long, 20th anniversary celebration. He is running these as a nod to the old Genadier Dragon-of-the-Month club dragons. Each dragon will be in resin. The line will include all of the dragons I sculpted here, plus 7 others that Jim didn't want me to share publicly (10 are done and being produced, 1 is on the printer right now, and the last one I started sculpting last night). I am super excited to have these out in the world. First up is the Black Dragon. It is available on the DS website. Aaron Lovejoy painted the studio model:
Well after following this phenomenon for a while I have decided to paint a dragon. I rolled the following. so the only issue I have is what colour to use instead of blush pink. I have the the following four colours to choose from. from left to right: Warlock Purple Punk Rock Pink Pink Horror Tentacle Pink i think Punk Rock is the closest.
Well since I started taking pictures during the 24 hour paint event, I thought I would go forward with a work in progress and show my steps towards completing this experiment The objective here is to produce a dragon that looks like its cooling on the outside and slowly going to a dark red or grey while the core of the dragon is bright molten yellow and orange. the concept is from the base of my geiger deep dragon. Those of you who were involved or have seen these pictures in the 24 hour painting thread, can skip the first three pics as they are reposts. First basecoat is Minis paint Beacon Orange. Pretty much the brightest orange I have with staying power. The Dragon Went together well and the only part that really needed pinning was the tail. Only green stuff was around the joints to fill in the cracks. next step was color to the wings as a final "cold color for the dragon: Reapers Carnage red. Plan for the wings is to bleed the orange to the inside edges and Rainy gray to the outside edge next is yellow washes This is following 2 washes of Reapers Lemon yellow, followed by two washes of Citidels yellow wash Cassandora Yellow. Also painted the belly plates and armor plates rainy grey and washed them with the citadel yellow as well. next step is probably 2 or three more layers of yellow and then I will start working up the red spectrum. Comments, suggestions, critiques and "your doing is wrong" replies are welcome. :)