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2 hours ago, Mckenna35 said:

hopefully I have a clear path forward.  I guess we'll find out after I repaint the uniform again...

All I can say is good luck. Hopefully this will be the last "tweak" on this project.

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Latest version.  Repainted with Badger gloss black primer, then highlighted with a blue black Tamiya mix.  Still more work to be done with a brush, but I think this is more what they're looking for (I hope)!.  I really need to get a better lighting/photo set up!

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Progress!  Actually this shot is about a week old.  Spent the weekend shading all the green, as well as drilling and magnetizing him and Anderson.  Green is Reaper Shadow Green and the gold is Scale 75 Dwarven Gold.  I'll try and get better pictures of the current condition.

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Thought I'd do some work on the bases after drill, pinning and magnetizing the figures.  Went to mask off the shield and discovered I REALLY should have wiped the base down before priming.  Stripped it all the way down with rubbing alcohol and am letting it dry overnight.  I'll re-prime it tomorrow night.  Sigh.  I am pretty happy with the face.  Painted all with Badger Stynylrez colored primers.  Still have some more work to do on the helmet, but I think I'm going to call the skin done.

 

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Pretty close to being finished with this.  Took a couple of shots with Sir Forscale just in case anyone was curious as to how big he is.  Still need to work on the base and more highlights and shading on the shoulder pad.  Discovered after I got him assembled that I'd misjudged the angel of the head and I need to re-do the highlights on the helmet. Oops!  Still, the end is near!!

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Finished the bases for Dredd and Anderson tonight.  Primered with black Stynylrez, then sprayed the Vallejo gold.  Masked the gold and sprayed with Synylrez Grey, then with a random overspray of Polly S Concrete I've had for years.  Washed the gold and spattered them with Liquitex Burnt Umber and let that dry overnight.  Drew on the pavement lines and cracks with colored pencils, then added additional grunge and tonal variation with various Secret Weapon pigments.  Pretty happy with how they look.  Hopefully the client likes them as well!

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