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Enjoyed painting these but can't say I applied any great magic or too much time to them. They were all really quick to complete, working up from coloured primer with washes then bone or cream or pink for details.
If I'm going to do a Bones IV figure, why not start with this big fella..
Going to go for a classic Hooded Cobra look on the upper half and stone on the lower ..
Will be using this picture for a reference..
Since I'm terrible at remembering to take pictures, I've already done:
- Brown Liner all over
- Stone Wash on the lower half
- Stormy Grey dry brush on the lower
- Misty Grey dry brush on the lower
- Sepia Liner on the top
- Griffon Tan on the top
The stonework looks decent for now, but haven't tried for pseudo-realism on this scale before (pun definitely intended :D )
The Bones Giant Cobra. I saw a lot of neat ones painted with stripes and different patterns but decided to go simple with mine. I did drybrush highlights with some bronze and copper to give him a little shimmer and he looks really good on the table. My players are worried because they fought a giant snake last session (I didn't have him painted) so they are worried there is another one coming. You never know!
This is from Rackham/Confrontation an Ophidian Warrior.
He is a Heavy Snake Infantryman for my Lost World.
He originally came with a sword to put on his side, but I left it off.
Liked him better this way.
He is on a resin base from Micro Art Studio enhanded with Vallejo Still Water.
WIP is here:
On to the pics, some against my Jungle Backdrop Board.
Likes and comments welcome.
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