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I ordered the new wraiths that were just released that were part of the Bones 4 KS. I thought they were going to be opaque (that's how they were first posted), and was bummed when they arrived as translucent. Mostly because I have never painted a translucent before. So I ordered up a couple other green guys to try out some technique.
After botching up the Spirit figure with AP green quickshade, I moved on to this Grave Wraith. I used Muddy Brown on the ground, Mountain Stone on the gravestone and Bronze Dragon on the sword. I liberally used AP strong quickshade as a base on the wraith, and then highlighted with the Green Clear Bright. I think it looks pretty good. Any suggestions or comments welcome. I really want a creepy Nazgul look on my B4 wraiths, and this turned out better than I thought it might.
I saw Stawhat's post a while back, that he did them in different colors... I thought that was cool and since I normally prime my bones, thought that I might try the liners I have as base coat and see how they work out. I do not have the grey, but I did try the green, blue, brown, sepia and red liners. As many have noted the brown and blue worked well, but I found the red worked out just as well. The green and sepia flake too easily. Also tried some OSL - as I am still working on getting my skills there.
Hello girls and guys, the slower painter in the world is back
Finally accomplished to paint this pompous guy, the Burgermeister. I've chose a colorful palette to reflect the opulence of the office, but also the lack of style (purple and turquoise? why man?!?!).
Painting the gems frames was insane... really peps: don't do that! just paint the gems
In the end I'm quite happy of him, hope you'll like him too:
Every C&C is more than welcome, let me know what you would have done different or what you don't like :)
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