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I love the paint job and you clearly put a lot of attention into getting the copper/bronze effect! It really shows!

 

My only critique would be the use of the bright green plants. My eye kept being drawn to them an away from your amazing work. I’d suggest changing out the plants for something brown or just more drab as I feel like the use of the lime green is detracting from your amazing work!

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3 hours ago, Adrift said:

I love the paint job and you clearly put a lot of attention into getting the copper/bronze effect! It really shows!

 

My only critique would be the use of the bright green plants. My eye kept being drawn to them an away from your amazing work. I’d suggest changing out the plants for something brown or just more drab as I feel like the use of the lime green is detracting from your amazing work!

 

Thank you! Yeah, I noticed that too after posting. Probably just going to take a dark wash to it and see what happens.

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35 minutes ago, Nightwing said:

I agree with all the other comments!  Great patina!  Share your recipe please!  

 

I based it in a dark metallic, in this case it was Pro Acryl Bronze. I took a couple of other brighter metallics and picked out details. I then dry brushed on a lightish teal, I think this was MSP Surf Aqua, pretty heavily, wiping off some of the excess in the process.

 

I then took the Army Painter green and blue quick shades (in the dropper bottles) and mixed about a 3:2 ratio. I slathered that all over and let it dry thoroughly.

 

Then it was a matter of going back and forth with picking out details and places I felt should be darker.

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