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Excellent!

 

I'm actually JUST starting this one tonight as well, he's for one of the other D&D 5E members in my group to play as his PC.

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Your TMM looks really good.  NOW SPILL YOUR SECRETS!!! :;):

 

Its nice to be asked:) 

I am using scale 75 metal and alchemy set. 

It has the following spectrum of metallics: Black, Thrash, Heavy, Speed, White.

 

Thrash as a basecoat, speed metal as the the first highlight, white as the second highlight.

black metal as the primary shadow, brown liner in the darkest places to reduce reflectiveness and then blue liner to outline parts of it, to increase visual separation.  

 

I tried the helmet wings as white, but didn't like it. I used a craft paint gold for the gold bits, with a thin wash of brown liner on shadowy gold. 

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