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My first mini painted in 2017. Actually, it's another long time WIP of mine, I'm happy to see it finished. The snakeman is from Mierce Miniatures and it surely has a weird name, Sss'ths'pfff or something like that (seriously though, it's Vilthiss, Champion of Khthon). Yes, I know it has no proper base, but that's beacause it will be (hopefully) part of a bigger project under the working title of Beastmen of Dark Forest. â€‹Oh, if the forum made the pic too small, try my FB page (link in the signature), like and share ;)
Tuma Windrider from Legendarion.
Another joy to paint with much detail.
For those interested my WIP:
Hope you like him.
Personally I was more satisfied with my job on the Hyena then on this one, but he was fun.
I think there must be a thread somewhere about this, but I can't find it.
Occassionaly I paint busts and large scale figures.
Until now they were mostly beastmen, undead and such, just one ( it was my first) human and she had warpaint covering her eyes.
I have seen some stuff about painting human faces on this scale, dividing the face in a yellow, a red and a green/grey zone.
Could anyone explain this some more?
Do you basecoat the face in 3 different colours and then glaze over it with skincolours?
What is the right approach?
And if it is a large scale figure with bare arms and legs, do these zones need to be applied on the limbs too?
I would really want to learn more about this since I have some more busts waiting ( among others, A French Imperial Guard,A Centurion, A Crusader, A Pirate Girl, A Beserker, A Viking Girl, A Hoplite and A Celt)
I would like to be able to paint more realistic faces with shadows, stubble, and such.
Preferable using Reaper and Scale 75 paints. If possible give me a hint which colours to use in what stage?
I would appreciate a nice tutorial or examples, if possible mentioning paint colours/brands..
Thanks in advance.
Another project I'm going to slowly nibble away at, when I'm in the mood.
Due to her bare boobies, most of the piccys on this one will have to be linked off-site, but it should still make for an interesting WIP.
So far she's been assembled and I'm waiting for a bit of green stuff work to dry.
Super impressed by the casting, virtually no moldlines, only one bubble and most pieces fitting together seamlessly (there were minor gaps on her human arms), it's my new benchmark for what a good resin mini should be like.
Next job will be to get her primed and then start on her skin (without using my Fleshshade Wash, the horror!).
As I threatened last week, here is another batch of old enamel paintjobs from around 15-25 years ago.
Finally, some fairies linked here in case anyone has a problem with a teeny-tiny glimpse of fairy flesh.
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