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Since apparently I am incapable of working on a single project, here is another 3D print that is presently “under the brush”. Seemed sadly appropriate for these days.
Here he is before the cure.
a little Vallejo black primer.
Picked out the beak with Vallejo Dark Fleshtone by brush.
Went back to the airbrush and hit all the black parts with Reaper Coal Black (seriously, is there another black?!).
The beak then got some Reaper Rich Leather mixed with increasing amounts of Model Air Sand, focusing the lighter sand colour on top. The straps for the mask were painted with Rich Leather as well.
The beak then got a drybrush of straight Vallejo model Air Sand, followed by a very light and selective dry brush with Warcolours White.
The black then got a heavy dry brush of Reaper Jungle Mist.
next up will be some washes with some details being picked out and some metallic around the goggle lenses.
Thanks for looking.
Working on the Stone Giant. I'm looking for any constructive criticism but especially of the highlighting on the flesh. Not sure if I am finished or if it needs more highlights on the flesh. Everything else just is base colors and has not been worked on other than that. He came missing the the left hand and club.
Needing a break from resin (and not knowing how I want to paint my latest print), I have turned back to more basic crafting with xps foam. Leaning heavily on the teachings of Black Magic Craft on YouTube. These were also good to pick at during the seemingly 10000 hours of teleconferences I was on last week.
3/4” by 2.5” forms were cut and deck screws added to one end to provide some weight. I next marked out every 1/4”, then scored then with the knife and speed square. The verticale cuts were eyeballed about 1/3 of the way in on alternating rows (I did half one way, the other reversed to add some variety). I then went over all the cuts with a pen to increase the indent and soften the inner edges.
I then cut out the end caps 1” square and textured everything, pillars included with rolled up tin foil.
Lastly, I used hot glue to assemble the pieces.
hope to get them primed tomorrow and then a quick paint job on Sunday. Not that we’re playing D&D these days but I hope to have a few more pieces of terrain ready to go for when all this horrible stuff passes and we can resume our normal routines.
Thanks for looking.
I loved this sculpt from the moment I saw it. I absolutely could not wait to paint it. But I was intimidated by it for a variety of reasons. I didn't like most of the color schemes I initially chose, and repainted him several times. I wanted a decent base for him (I greatly regret not rebasing Cthulhu, for example), etc. etc.
But then things just kind of came together and I painted the beastie a little bit at a time over the past few days... and I'm really happy with the outcome!
C&C appreciated -- this guy was unexpectedly challenging for me, so there's probably oppo for improvement here. :-)
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