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This guy stands on a GW base but, according the the local aficionados, isn't. It's in 5 or so pieces, stands around 10cm tall if I recall, and is molded in a very light but not flimsy plastic--I had to hold it a while to make sure it wasn't resin. Ideas?
My take on the classic coloring for notiamat. The process was quite a series of trial and error. This one has been taking up a lot of space on my shelf of shame and over the holiday i decided to make the final push and finish the project! these are just phone photos, i will take better shots and add them when I figure out how to get her into a light box! This is probably the largest (but not the heaviest) project I have tackled to date. i started with an assembled model and wound up tearing it apart to finish the job. I hope people enjoy her. I think it came out reasonably well. I did like the way the stone base came out and also the way the 5 colors are integrated into the body without making the dragon look patchwork or giving one color dominance. i had considered fading the wings through the 5 colors but it distracted too much from the heads.
Well she is finished now, I just need to apply some dulcoat and figure out where to display her. Let me know what you think! I will post close ups later
Finally sealed my Ma'al and got some good pictures in the light box. though I might need to take some more as the white head gets washed out in a few photos.
More photos and close-ups of the heads can be found on my flickr page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed finally getting around to painting it after all this time.
And last but not least photo with the full base:
Finally getting back in the game of painting and after finishing a PC for my current group I decided I just had to start working on Ma'al. Here is the progress so far.
Blocking out the base color to start thinking. Goodbye Olive Green bottle, you had just enough to get through this. You can also see the back of the PC mini I painted for my group for scale.
Last work tonight was putting the base on two other heads to start ordering the colors around after highlighting up on the olive green section.
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