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Found 6 results

  1. Genghis_Sean

    Deadeye Walkers

    Base colors done. Need to do the flagstone tiles on their bases and then apply quickshader. Very tired of being such a slow painter.
  2. Here is another batch of figures from my work on my Wave 1 Imperial Assault collection. These are a little more recent, having finished them in late May. It also represents my second real attempt at a non-caucasian human skin tone. One of the figures is a more tanned skin color, and the third is more of an African skin color. I was very pleased how they came out, especially compared to my first attempt. I followed Sorastro's tutorials, but with Reaper paints. My favorite part of these aside from the skin was the blending I accomplished on the pants. C&C Welcomed. Colors under spoiler
  3. Here is another figure from Imperial Assault Core Game, by Fantasy Flight Games. Darth Vader. At once simple but difficult. Trying to achieve dull black and shiny black on the same figure was not easy. I followed Sorastro's guides, but with Reaper Paint. I think this was the first figure I broke out my then newly acquired Citadel shades for the OSL. The black was Black with varying amounts of Snow Shadow for highlights, and then a small dab of a Reaper Sample that is somewhere between ghost white and snow shadow. The camera flash definitely grayed it up, but when I took the pics with just the light box, it was too dark. It has some gloss varnish on the helmet and shoulder armor. Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking.
  4. Base coat layer done. Just noticed from the close up pic that I missed a tongue on one of them. Quickshader next. Blood goes on last.
  5. Few touch ups to make and then applying the Quickshader.
  6. Base coat layer applied. The plague skin doesn't show up well in these pics. I still suck at photography, but trust me, the skin is tinted green, not gray. I followed Sorastro's YouTube guide. I would point out if you're thinking of doing this yourself that there are a few details of these particular minis that are hard to make out. Just above the walker's left boot, there is a patch of skin showing through a torn patch of his trousers. I painted over it on all seven and only noticed at the end. Watch out for that. Similarly, I didn't initially catch that the tunic is torn off his abdominal area, but it's intact over the back, so I had to go back and paint over the back after I'd missed it. Lastly, on the back in the right armpit there is a patch torn that's dangling. I couldn't make it out at first, so paint the cloth, but leave a bit of flesh above it. The left shoe is missing, too.
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