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10 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

 

Kind of surprised that Glitterwolf didn't go for that, so whoooo!  Yes, it is definitely an interesting, and fun challenge, that's for sure!

 

 

I like seeing people do this.

But it is not for me.

 

I paint for fun and display and I'm a slow painter.

I can never paint 7 days in a row. I don't have time for that, and so I would really really have to rush it.

That way I could never do a large model like this justice.

 

So...I cheer you on, love what you're doing, but it isn't my cup of tea to try it myself.

 

Now stop talking and paint! The clock is ticking little Fox!

 

Hm, it just occured to me that you probably meant the comment "excellent":rolleyes:

 

That one needs to be deserved by completing and painting a mini.

If I find the paintjob excellent Mr. Burns will make a different appearance.

 

As for now:

 

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7 hours ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

Seems like you've got a strong start on it so far.

Your difficulties with the Dragon Blue are very similar to what I went through with a bottle of Stormy Gray not too long ago. It took a ridiculous amount of shaking to get it close to normal, but it was also down to the last of the bottle and was I think the first bottle of it I'd gotten which meant it was about 3 years old at time of death. 

 

It did get better with more shaking (and then adding in some water in the palette), so it probably is just a case of needing to be thoroughly mixed.  Annoying part though is this was a relatively new bottle, but was purchased through a third party.  Odds are unlikely I'll run into that problem with paint purchases anymore, since I've switched to only buying MPS and Bones paints directly from Reaper.  It costs a tad more due to currency conversion, but on the flipside, it's usually fairly fresh ^_^ 

 

I'm playfully using it as the "driving reason" behind getting a vortex paint mixer soon.

 

4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

I like seeing people do this.

But it is not for me.

 

I paint for fun and display and I'm a slow painter.

I can never paint 7 days in a row. I don't have time for that, and so I would really really have to rush it.

That way I could never do a large model like this justice.

 

So...I cheer you on, love what you're doing, but it isn't my cup of tea to try it myself.

 

Now stop talking and paint! The clock is ticking little Fox!

 

It's definitely an... Interesting challenge to go through, that's for sure.  Given how long it took to paint various scenery elements, I'm wondering how long it will take to get the dragon coated in liner...  I'm suspecting it will be almost two hours, due to the sheer size, and another hour on top of that for the two pieces of scenery that haven't seen paint yet.

 

I'd argue that enjoying painting is probably one of the best reasons/motivations for doing such!

 

Don't you also go out and do this crazy thing called "going out to other places" during your vacation?  I suspect that would cause a bit of a scheduling problem if you're trying to explore/visit another country and there's a seven day challenge on your shoulder...

 

Clock is ticking?  How'd you make a digital clock tick?  I thought only analog clocks did that! ::P:

 

4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Hm, it just occured to me that you probably meant the comment "excellent":rolleyes:

 

That one needs to be deserved by completing and painting a mini.

If I find the paintjob excellent Mr. Burns will make a different appearance.

 

As for now:

 

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Ahh, yes, I was playfully referring to that habit of yours that almost seems like a calling card ^_^

 

 

~~~~~

So...!  That was a nice night of rest, although my eyes sort of sting this morning.  Haven't felt this way since the last lock-in I went to, and that was, uhm, a few years ago, just over a decade ago?  Good times, good times those were. ^_^

 

Dragon also has a name, Aodh, which depending on which mythos you pull from, is either a sun god, or a masculine name that just so happens to mean fire/flame.  I've also been tempted to have a tiny bit of pink on the thief/rogue, but we'll see about that.  As for the dragon, the more I think about it, the more I'm torn on the idea of going hot pink, but that's probably because for a while now I've wanted to paint a vibrantly orange dragon, so.....

 

Hubby suggested "Zilla" as the rogue/thief's name, since in Hebrew that apparently means "shadow"...  We'll see.  I should paint more, but I've been a tad... Slow with waking up today.  Oh well, world doesn't end.  Oh wait, maybe it will, because I'm fairly certain that dragon won't fit in the bathroom sink, and I have to clear out the kitchen sink first...

 

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^Sink emptied, and dragon got a bath!  ...Sorry, no pictures of dragon all sudsed up, because, uhm, kind of had paws occupied with cleaning said dragon.  Last two parts also were washed, but took significantly less time for some reason :lol:

 

Sure, morning was a bit of a slower start today, but wheee, today is painting a dragon, plus getting colour onto heroes! :wub:

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Lots of work done, so much more to go. You can rock it!

 

I'm tempted to do a Khanjira challenge as I have many days off in December, but the SO would probably have issues to it.  So I'll vicariously do the challenge by watching your awesomeness. 

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3 hours ago, Echoside_ said:

Lots of work done, so much more to go. You can rock it!

 

I'm tempted to do a Khanjira challenge as I have many days off in December, but the SO would probably have issues to it.  So I'll vicariously do the challenge by watching your awesomeness. 

It's early into the challenge, but I'm planning on making it through ^_^;;;

 

I say ask the SO, sometimes they're open minded about such things...  Then again, I live with an enabler, so....  In this case, me doing this has kept me focused on painting, while he's focused on getting caught up on Relic quests in FF XIV, as well as a few other things.  I'm told not all significant others are as open minded, or willing to "lose" someone to the painting table for most of a week.

 

With Khanjira...  I'm sort of tempted.  If this one goes well, hubby doesn't murder me, and I'm allowed to do another, I might seriously look into Khanjira as a second one, although it would be a few more months before attempting such since this is my last week off this year. ^_^

 

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Welp, it's back to grey primer liner, but that's life some days!  Besides, it has a variety of bonuses, and so yeah, I'll make use of them while I can, and where I can! ^_^

 

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^Dragon is now partially covered... This about 50 minutes of work in, give or take.  Would have been more, but dry palette was out of paint, and I needed to get up and stretch for a bit, so figured that was a good point to take a short break, and of course photos.

 

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^Upper half of tower has suspicious lack of paint in a few areas because of one big thing - I'll be flipping it over to do the bottom first, since the challenge rather specifically mentions that all VISIBLE parts MUST be painted, and the bottom of this definitely is a visible component.  I'll do up the bottom first, then the top.

 

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^I was wondering if this challenge would be the end of my first bottle of grey liner, and indeed it was.  It has served me well through a wide variety of things, and lasted through the upper tower, but sadly, only got to cover a small portion of the dragon's spine.  It had a good run, annd yes, being the silly person who grew up with some of that sort of thing, I did indeed give it a special rememberance with a terribly done attempt at that bugle song that's played on Nov 11th.  No eulogy though.  It lived it's life to the fullest, and died giving me a bunch of grey bubbles, so I'll say that's dying happy after a long, good life.  Yes, I'm silly with a few things, why not be ^_^;;;;

 

It was the first thing of paint that wasn't in a rattle can to die on me of being USED, aka actually running out.  Of course I had to do something silly with it!

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17 hours ago, fectin said:

I also found it helpful to paint in the hangout, but YMMV.

Accidentally skipped over this, as I'd meant to reply yesterday.

 

I had originally considered being in the Hangouts, and maybe even showing a live feed of things, but there were a few problems....

  • When I get into the swing of things, I forget to talk TOWARDS the microphone, which makes it rather hard for people to hear me ^_^;;;
  • I slow down when I'm on the Hangouts.  Normally this isn't an issue, but with a time deadline, it can be
  • Video feed would have required me picking up a tripod with a phone adapter, and then quite possibly getting a second computer up (using spare parts I have lying around) in order to prevent having to use stupidly long USB cables
  • Location where tripod would have gone is kind of taken up with hubby's computer and/or chair now, since he switched back to his desk
  • Arguably the biggest one: Video feed means certain additional requirements must be met first in the place
  • Arguably the second biggest one: Can't listen to my own music if I'm in the Hangouts - at least if I want to be able to hear everyone else.

No picture updates at the moment.  Thought of this comment and how I hadn't replied to it, so once my dry palette was empty, figured I should reply before I totally forget about it again.

 

The Hangouts are usually pretty fun to be in though!

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This update is brought to you by grey liner...  Now with more photos!  Inquire at a local reaper dealer for more info!

 

Couldn't resist. ^_^;;;;

 

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^Bottom of the upper half of the tower now has liner on it!  Heck, not even all of it has dried in this photo apparently!

 

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^And the dragon is now, more or less minus a few spots that were either semi-deliberately missed at the moment (lower portion of the tail) or need touchups (like taht one spot on his right wing).

 

Time to make some coffee, this time House Dark since I'm apparently out of Kcup coffee we like and totally forgot to buy more at work before going on vacation, but still.  It's good coffee, and that's what matters to me.  A nice, hot, delicious mug of coffee.  Then back to painting.

 

In colour this time, because, while I won't go nuts having to paint more grey liner (and I know there's more for me in the future) it would be nice to paint something other than grey, and it would be nice to go through photos of things that have colour too! :P

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Doing great! 

If you start to lose steam doing all the basecoating, you can use starting the characters as a break.

Go go go!

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You can do it! Now get off the internet and back to painting! ::D:

Seriously though, off to a great start and I love the central conceit of LARPers encountering Large Arcane Reptilian Predators.

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2 hours ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

Ah, the joys of Grey Fatigue, I know them well.

Wise though, to seek the Blessings of Agamenthar Our Coffee God in this endevor.

Now the fatigue is slight decision indecision, and going "wait, I'm going to have HOW MANY dropper bottles on the table?!?!?!!!"

 

It was a rather good mug of coffee too!

 

2 hours ago, fectin said:

Doing great! 

If you start to lose steam doing all the basecoating, you can use starting the characters as a break.

Go go go!

 

Thankfully there wasn't/isn't much base coating left to do..  Main reason why I pushed so hard on it is that I wanted to have everything on the initial list hit up with liner by the 36 hour mark, and I've pretty much done such, and more! ^_^

 

1 hour ago, Rigel said:

You can do it! Now get off the internet and back to painting! ::D:

Never!  I have a 24/7 connection!  I just was, uhm.. Well, it could very well have been on the forums because I was eating, or taking a moment to enjoy a coffee.  Hard to say ^_^;;;;;

...Or I'm editing photos o_O

 

1 hour ago, Rigel said:

Seriously though, off to a great start and I love the central conceit of LARPers encountering Large Arcane Reptilian Predators.

Ooooooh, I like the double play on LARP there! :wub:

 

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So, I've gone and made a few semi-choices when it comes to colours... I say "semi" because, well, I'm still somewhat uncertain, but these ones all seem to fit the bill, so I'm rolling with it.  Something about having to keep moving and all that.  Colours are predominately what I'm planning for their "main/distinct" colour, and will fill in the other stuff as I go.  Thankfully, a lot of it is metal, and can easily be covered by the four metals I've picked out too....  Pics of bottles behind spoilers, as I'm stealing that idea from... Well, whoever last did a seven day challenge.  I honestly can't remember who it was.  Was it OneBoot, Cyradis, Guindyloo....  Honestly can't remember.

 

Either way, I've chosen out what seems like hopefully viable "triads", with each of them set up so that it's "highlight/main/shadow" kind of deal in the picture.

 

 

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^Metallic colours.  Two middle ones, as armour will be Skeleton key, and Blade Steel will be used for, well, blades.

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^Colours for the Dwarven Cleric

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^Colours for the Human Knight

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^Colours for the sorceress!

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^Colours for the thief/rogue!

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^Colours for the Elf Ranger.

 

As some might have noticed, there seems to almost be a slight theme going on with those colours....

 

Onwards to how things look for now, where cloaks/capes/whatnot have received paint!  ...And armour for the one person that, y'know, isn't wearing a cloak because they kind of get in the way for mortal wombats... I mean combat and stealth in general.

 

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^Sorceress didn't get any more paint, but apparently I took another picture of her....  Cleric's cape is a LOT more like what I was hoping for.  Right kind of shade, and most importantly, Void Blue covers properly!

 

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^Ohhhh, Eldritch Purple, I think you're rapidly becoming a new favourite of mine! :wub:

 

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^I believe that's just a single layer of Dragon Green so far, but I like where it's going.

 

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^This one, sure, it's only a single layer of Leather Brown, but something doesn't quite feel.... Right... About it.  However, another layer may prove me wrong, AND on top of that, I'm sure Secret Weapon's Armour or Soft Body wash would help get it riiiiight where I want it, so... There is that too.

 

 

 

As for the dragon, I haven't chosen any colours yet (was too busy wanting to make sure the heroes had their stuff going right), but I strongly suspect it's going to be an orange/hot pink/black dragon kind of combination, because of various reason.  I swear it isn't because I look good in a neon hot pink that's slightly burnt.  Nope nope, not at all.  Nor is it like up there in my top five shades of colour.  Nooooope.

 

 

Thoughts, plots, plans, tips, suggestions, comments/criticisms so far?  ^_^;;;;

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Progress continues on the heroes!

 

Colours used this go-around....

9124 Adamantium Black

9204 Blackened Steel

9452 Blade Steel

9465 Skeleton Key

 

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^Sir... Knight... Dude.... Guy?  PURPLE GUY!

 

Without really thinking ahead (more on that later if my tired brain remembers) I said screw it, I want to paint this guy's armour, and so down went a base coat of Skeleton Key...  Which I liked...  I liked a good amount, actually.  Then came the blackened steel as a bit more of this and that for effect, but mostly in gaps, rivets, and where things meet...  And it just didn't quite feel right yet to me, so I then reached for my Adamantium Black, aaaaaaaand.  Now we're talking.

 

As for the effect on his shield, I can't really remember mixes, but I think it was 3 drops of the Blackened Steel (as well as afterwards, Adamantium Black) to two drops of water, and then applied with a relatively wet brush...  And with the Adamantium Black layer, I went over it again with an almost dripping wet / soaked full of water brush, and then smeared the paint around, and even wound up removing some of it.

 

Bladed steel obviously went on his blade, but no other colour came afterwards.... Yet.

 

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^The others wound up getting extra touches of the metal paints here and there where it felt appropriate, but obviously my focus was on Sir Purple Guy...  Which isn't a problem in my eyes, since he was the first that I had somewhat of a semblance of an actual plan form in my mind, hence why he got most of the attention....

 

....I'm missing somebody, aren't I...  Oh right, sorry there Mister Dwarf, I apparently forgot to take pictures of you....

 

 

...Let's fix that.

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I'm fairly happy.  Things are slowly coming together, various heroes are starting to look like, well, heroes, and the dragon..  Well, he's waiting impatiently in the background, but he'll be started/dealt with in due time....  Even if he's the one I'm worried about being the largest timesink of all.  This is also probably why I've looked at things and gone "well now, I think it's going to be a really quick layering job, with several quick tricks like washes, glazes, and drybrushing being put into use because there's only so much time, and if I'm going to faff about on anything, it'll be the dragon".

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I think Oneboot? reported the heroes were the big time sink. 

 

Really digging the knight’s armored metal areas. 

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Great stuff so far!  I love these!  I would love to try one, but I simply don't have the time...  

 

You do know that using your tail is not permitted as a brush, right?  

 

Wonderful start and wishing you the best of luck.  

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