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I'm 90% sure that's NMM, but if it is, it's the most metallic looking NMM I can recall seeing.  And if it's not, it's the most effectively shaded/ highlighted metallic paint job I've ever seen.  What colors did you use?  Any special techniques?

 

That, in it's entirety, and in the individual parts, are a whole lot of wow.  Thank you for sharing. 

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12 hours ago, Gryphon said:

I'm 90% sure that's NMM, but if it is, it's the most metallic looking NMM I can recall seeing.  And if it's not, it's the most effectively shaded/ highlighted metallic paint job I've ever seen.  What colors did you use?  Any special techniques?

 

That, in it's entirety, and in the individual parts, are a whole lot of wow.  Thank you for sharing. 

First, thank you all for the compliments, I do appreciate them.

Second, on the metal.  It is TMM and not NMM.  The miniature is primed black.  The metal is based Army Painter "Gun Metal".  Washed with Citadel "Nuln Oil." The deeper the area the more coats of "Nuln Oil".  Then worked up from the dark to the light with Army Painter "Gun Metal", Army Painter "Plate Mail", Army Painter "Shining Silver" and very last highlights with Scale75 Metal n' Alchemy "Speed Metal" SC-06.  Speed Metal is a very light and bright metallic silver.  It is almost white.

 

No real technique.  Just following the light and shades of the miniature.  Let the light bulb tell you where to shade and highlight.

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14 minutes ago, MiniPainterDMan89 said:

First, thank you all for the compliments, I do appreciate them.

Second, on the metal.  It is TMM and not NMM.  The miniature is primed black.  The metal is based Army Painter "Gun Metal".  Washed with Citadel "Nuln Oil." The deeper the area the more coats of "Nuln Oil".  Then worked up from the dark to the light with Army Painter "Gun Metal", Army Painter "Plate Mail", Army Painter "Shining Silver" and very last highlights with Scale75 Metal n' Alchemy "Speed Metal" SC-06.  Speed Metal is a very light and bright metallic silver.  It is almost white.

 

No real technique.  Just following the light and shades of the miniature.  Let the light bulb tell you where to shade and highlight.

Thank you for this, that's an excellent tutorial.  Much appreciated. 

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On 1/24/2024 at 11:31 AM, Gryphon said:

Thank you for this, that's an excellent tutorial.  Much appreciated. 

You are welcome.  Not sure how much help that is but I try to answer questions as best as I can on painting when asked.

On 1/24/2024 at 11:31 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Fantastic!

Thank you

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