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77246 Pillar of Good, 77247 Pillar of Evil, and 77016 Dire Rats


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That is a very humble cabinet of shame ::P:. Really liek the rats. Great contrast with the pink tails and kudos for painting the eyes, too. Fur pattern is also well realised.

 

I really enjoy the pillars. Something else, reminiscent of relics adorned with cloth or flowers during medieval times.

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6 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good work on finishing these figures up!

 

I have both of those pillars hanging around waiting to get finished as well, I haven't been able to come up with an interesting paint scheme.

 

The alternate color scheme I was considering for the Pillar of Good was sky blue flowers & details with NMM gold trim; and if I had to do it again, I'd do the Pillar of Evil with dark purple robes and NMM brass trim.  So there's some schemes to consider...

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19 minutes ago, ShortHistorian said:

How was your experience with the NMM gold triad? It looks like it turned out well.

 

It's not the first time I've painted NMM, but it certainly was the easiest.  The NMM Gold Triad and Pure White is really all you need for a very yellowy gold NMM finish that fits well with my brighter cartoonish style.  As you can see, I did well enough that I'm going to start using that triad instead of metallics for most of my gold painting now. 

 

Next time I purchase from Reaper, I'm going to pick up the Grey Blues triad to try NMM steel also.

 

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21 minutes ago, Grumpy Cave Bear said:

 

It's not the first time I've painted NMM, but it certainly was the easiest.  The NMM Gold Triad and Pure White is really all you need for a very yellowy gold NMM finish that fits well with my brighter cartoonish style.  As you can see, I did well enough that I'm going to start using that triad instead of metallics for most of my gold painting now. 

 

Next time I purchase from Reaper, I'm going to pick up the Grey Blues triad to try NMM steel also.

 

That's exactly what I wanted to know. Thank you! I haven't done any NMM and it sounds like this would be a good starting place. (Inspired by getting in a fight with 9051 New Gold while painting yesterday.)

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23 minutes ago, ShortHistorian said:

That's exactly what I wanted to know. Thank you! I haven't done any NMM and it sounds like this would be a good starting place. (Inspired by getting in a fight with 9051 New Gold while painting yesterday.)

 

Let me recommend Kujo Painting's Youtube video titled: "The REAL Ultimate Guide To Non Metallic Metal (NMM)".  A short, sweet overview of the whole process that helped me out considerably.

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