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wow nine months in to this WIP.  are you sure you don't belong in procrastius?  BTW looking great.

 

::P: ::P: ::P:

 

I have other projects too...

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So come clean with us... WHO'd ya pay to do this for ya!!! I have my most trouble with larger areas as I cant get the transition of shadows or light right so this is cool to see. 

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So come clean with us... WHO'd ya pay to do this for ya!!! I have my most trouble with larger areas as I cant get the transition of shadows or light right so this is cool to see. 

 

:blush: Thx.

 

Well I've learned a lot from people on this forum, My first bust was Ky-Ra :http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/63938-kabuki-bust-ky-ra-female-barbarian-16-scale-xherman1964/ 

and then Gebhuza:  http://forum.reaperm...by-xherman1964/

 

I got lots of help and advice from Ub3r, Tiniest Rhombus, Robinh to name a few.

 

Most important on large areas ( I don't airbrush, only brushwork) is thin layers and apply glazes to blend it all in.

 

Go search for Busts painted by Cashwiley and Slendertroll or MissMelons, they have some outstanding work, better then mine.

Learn from each other.

 

Also take a look at youtube at some Paintingbuddha clips, you will get very useful info there.

I have been painting models since I was 12, but I've learned the most in the past few years on this forum.

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A little work again.

Small steps for a big mini..erm..something like that..

 

Applied some Reaper Aged Bone and Polished Bone.

 

Scale 75 Decay Black

 

And some Scale 75 Alderan Red.

Gotta love that Decay Black!

 

He is looking good!

 

But Alderan is no more, princess.....

::P:

 

George

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A little work again.

Small steps for a big mini..erm..something like that..

 

Applied some Reaper Aged Bone and Polished Bone.

 

Scale 75 Decay Black

 

And some Scale 75 Alderan Red.

Gotta love that Decay Black!

 

He is looking good!

 

But Alderan is no more, princess.....

::P:

 

George

 

 

 

Aldebaran Red.. :ph34r:

 

I should have put my glasses on when I was reading the name of the paint.

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Some more work,

 

Applied Scale 75 Deep Red and Scale 75 Blood Red.

Scale 75 Purity White.

Reaper Blackened Brown.

 

Did his vest with a mix of Scale 75 Indian Shadow and Tindalos Red

Used Tindalos Red pure for the shadows.

 

Scale 75 Elven Gold

Scale 75 Kalahri Orange

Scale 75 Heavy Metal

 

Glazed the sash with Reaper Nightmare Purple ( tip from Tiniest Rhombus, thx)

 

Made a wash out of Tindalos Red for his hair.

A wash form Scale 75 Negro Grey for his fur and did some fur with GW Brown Wash.

Highlighted a bit with Reaper Golden Skin.

 

So, what do you think?

 

 

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And I did some work on the shiedl and swords too.

 

I took some Black and White Pics for the contrast..I feel like a struggle a bit with the vest.

 

Any suggestions??

 

 

 

 

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Maybe add some scratches, battle damage, and color variations due to age to the vest? Give it some texture and more color that way.

 

A tutorial from Massive Voodoo on painting leather which might help you out.

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Maybe add some scratches, battle damage, and color variations due to age to the vest? Give it some texture and more color that way.

 

A tutorial from Massive Voodoo on painting leather which might help you out.

 

 

Just watched this.. thx for the link.

 

Very useful.

 

Now to work up the courage to weather the vest... :ph34r:

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Go Wolf Go!

See Wolf Go,

Go, Go , GO!

 

You Can Do EEEEEEETTTTTTT!!!!!!!

 

Lords of Lead! I sound like Ub3r! :blink:

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Go Wolf Go!

See Wolf Go,

Go, Go , GO!

 

You Can Do EEEEEEETTTTTTT!!!!!!!

 

Lords of Lead! I sound like Ub3r! :blink:

I have that effect on people ::D:

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Maybe we're talking too much to each other?

 

I tend to rage more lately...

 

*** Rampages through the forum breaking skullmugs...****

 

See??

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Go Wolf Go!

See Wolf Go,

Go, Go , GO!

 

You Can Do EEEEEEETTTTTTT!!!!!!!

 

Lords of Lead! I sound like Ub3r! :blink:

I have that effect on people ::D:
Is there a vaccine I can get? ??
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