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I recently bought some Greenstuffworld colourshift paints & eagerly wanting to try them out, I searched through my (huge) Bones backlog for a suitably metallic mini. I grabbed the fantastically ominious Iron Golem from the Bones 4 Stoneskull Expansion & got to work.
The blue areas are the colourshift paint, all the other areas are standard paints.
I'm really happy with how it turned out. It's not as easy to see the effect on these pics as it is with your own eyes but you can make it out. There's no shading or highlighting on these areas apart from some silver to pick out the rivets & sharp edges on the arm plates.
Thanks for looking!
Just a quick paint job I did a few months back.
I am still trying to learn True Metallic Metal technique.
Based on the pictures, I still have learning left to do.
There are some dilute black, blue, brown, and flesh colored washes in there.
His close up of his face reminds me of Ultron.
He is set to be a construct for our Reign of Winter Pathfinder campaign.
Enjoy. C&C Welcome, as well as any advice or recipes for TMM would be appreciated.
I started this guy last winter sometime so I figured it was time to finish him up. I used the Thanksgiving paint binge to accomplish this. I wanted to imply that he was made from slightly fresher parts, so I used several different flesh tones on him, then washed/drybrushed/weathered him to look a little grungy/rotten.
Painted for tabletop; let me know what you think.
By Redd Knekk
Thought this guy would be a fun, quick paint, but turned into a tedious, long pain. Definitely not my best work but was trying new things mainly with metallics and OSL. As I went along, there were some things I wanted to experiment with so I did that at the expense of details, smooth highlights, etc.
Really only intended it to be seen from the front (first pic), but as soon as I took pictures a thousand things popped up I could do better.
Anyway, here you go, and if you would like to tell me how you’d do it with these color light sources, please do.
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