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What did you do to get the wet, glossy, salivating all over itself, effect? Some sort of varnish?

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I've been using texture paste and it's a bugger to get right. I might have to try liquid greenstuff.

 

Not necessary. There are very good cheaper alternatives:

Revell Plasto

Vallejo Plastic Putty

Tamiya Putty

Green Putty

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What did you do to get the wet, glossy, salivating all over itself, effect? Some sort of varnish?

 

Yep. Gloss Sealer or Gloss Coat. Regular old Varithane might not play nice with acrylic paints; stick to Liquitex or some artist-safe brands.

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What did you do to get the wet, glossy, salivating all over itself, effect? Some sort of varnish?

 

Yes, Gloss Varnish would do this job, but this time I used Army Painters Strong Quickshade.

 

What colors did you use for the pink gums? It is the most believable i have seen.

 

Reaper's Old West Rose (09283), I got this color from the Reaper KS, but you can get it in the Reaper Shop, too.

After it Strong Quickshade.

 

 

I painted 21 mini's this weekend and just quickshaded them. I want to start friday during our painting session with the highlights and make the error corrections. I think I will use my fotos to find every error. :-)

 

I will start to look after pictures with orthodontic braces and give this mockingbeast a chance to eat his dentist.

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