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Since I suggested it, I guess I'll do it...
Here's a thread to discuss what horror movies, books, shows, comics, and etc that you're looking forward to watching during the holiday.
I'm actually thinking about doing a Scooby-Doo movie marathon:
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost
Scooby-Doo Meets KISS: A Magical Mystery (yes, this movie exists)
Scooby-Doo and the Curse of the 13th Ghost
What about the rest of you?
B:GCC - Mission 9 "A Sad Celebration" has the Joker and Harley Quinn (and minions) lowering some sap into a vat while Batman and friends attempts to stop him.
Since I already painted Harley Quinn, I only had the Joker to paint, and he's pretty straightforward. I messed up his lips a little bit but, honestly, he's got a messy look sometimes anyway so I mostly left it in place. Its hard to tell from the tabletop anyway. Katana was also pretty easy to paint, and looked really good in pure white and black. Spoiler I never heard of and her cape makes her a bit unbalanced, but she looks fun to play.
I do love the Joker's pose, with the pistol held carelessly and the knife gripped tight, ready to strike.
Spoiler: NO CAPES!
I must admit, I like Katana's pose and color scheme.
If you are playing gloomhaven or plan to and do not want to be spoiled to the unlocked classes stop reading here. This is the class with the sun icon Last warning to avoid spoilers.
Just finished up the Sunkeeper for Gloomhaven, I think I'm gradually overcoming my fear of highlighting. As always, C&C greatly appreciated for things to do better next time or general tips.
Work Process (as far as I can remember)
Primed in white, followed up with gunmetal grey over most of the figure, except for obvious cloth, highlighted some of the armor with chrome, detailed the clothes, then added royal gold for the gold, washed straight black for the crevices in the armor, followed up with aztec gold, gradually mixed with lemon yellow, then a hansa yellow transparent for the final highlight. Cloak and cloth were in there somewhere with crimson to scarlet to pink, washed dark red and blended. Hair was pretty much just white washed black highlighted white. Face went through a ton of phases but mostly caucasian fleshtone mixed with pink and a touch of burnt sienna, dropped the sienna when highlighting.
Cobbles on the base were greenstuff'd then used matt gel with some burnt umber for dirt, scattered pebbles and grass, after set followed up with some matte varnish and a touch of gloss on the cobbles.
My son and I just found this series on YouTube:
Man at Arms: Reforged
Great series where a team of people at Baltimore Knife and Sword make various weapons from video games, comics, books and movies (among other things) and occasionally historical weapons, and show you how they make them.
By Chris Palmer
The new teaser trailer for J.K.'s return to the world of wizarding:
The teaser didn't wow me, but it is cool to see the 1920's New York setting.
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