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Our Anti-Hero Rictur Diehn the Assassin (2430) has decided to build a Wet Palette**
Peanut Butter Jar Lid, 90mm, culled from recycle bin Peanut Butter Jar Lid, 85mm, culled from recycle bin Paper Towels, Bounty Brand, nicked from kitchen Parchment Paper, Reynolds Brand, nicked from kitchen Copper Wire, Solid, 3mm OD, purchased from Home Depot for $0.63 / foot
QUANTITIES (In Order):
(1), (1), (4 half sheets), (2 layers), (10--12 inches (255-300mm) )
TGPTGP; acid washed; Palette; Recycle Bin; Scratchbuilt; Plastic Lids; Copper
**With some off camera help from Pendrake The Griffon
The Screaming Antelope is one of the core monsters of Kingdom Death: Monster. And the fact that you can get so many fine resources from it makes it one of the most hunted creatures in the setting.
For this paintjob, I wanted to move away from both the grey standard color scheme for the antelope and away from the red "skinned antelope" look I've often seen.
All together, I feel like this came out really well.
The base is constructed from apoxie sculpt and green stuff.
I'm painting flesh tones and it's coming out blotchy. Any suggestions on how to get those buttery smooth blends?
The specific reaper color is "Rosy Flesh."
I'm mixing the paint with water to thin it down but I get rings and blotches.
Too much water? Too little? Should I be using flow improver instead of water?
Should I paint everything the highlight color and darken it or work the reverse direction?
I wasn't sure if I should post this in Show off or WIP, but I figured here and if you would please forgive the in progress parts in the subsequent post.
Ron let me paint this lovely sculpt by Gene Van Horne. Actually, I think I might have begged to paint it and considered stealing it from his office if he refused. She'll be in the Greek Odyssey Expansion for Bones V. If by some miracle you have come to this forum and not heard of Bones V, it can be found here. Aaron Lovejoy was awesome and took some high definition photos of her after last Reapercon.
I really love this sculpt, can't say that enough. She's got some fantastic detail, lots of good open space to work on blending or freehand, even a scenic base to play with stone effects. While I loved the original Yephima by Patrick Keith, and still use her in my classes, this one really screams warrior to me. I need to paint my bones version when I get it as Athena. I'll have to add a shield somewhere, though. Maybe convert the club to a spear. Decisions decisions.
Anyway, feel free to ask questions. I'm happy to explain or help with anything! I'm going to post the WIP pictures I have in another post, so hopefully those will also be useful. Enjoy!
There is a Kickstarter going on until January 7th, 2019 for the English version of the book “The Art of Miniature” by Mohand Art.
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