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Everything posted by vindicareassassin

  1. Just Finished..... La Charra, 1/10 Bust sculpted by CreepyTables, painted in Scale 75 acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  2. Orange Goblin Bust, 1/10 scale or there abouts..... 3D print of a free STL file from Thingiverse. Painted in my usual Scale 75 Artists Acrylic and FW inks, personal challenge of using no white or black, substitutes of mixed Chromatic black and Scale75 Pale flesh Thanks for looking Sean
  3. I have to admit I had to look it up, the idea looks very similar though
  4. Another figure from the Circus Grotesque, Raza the Fortune Teller Again she has been shrunk to be 28mm scale and is still 90mm tall..... 3.5 hour paint job, painted in my favourite paints, Scale 75 acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  5. Latest in a line of Prints I'm doing from Archvillain Games Patreon Circus Grotesque. I've printed these with a slight reduction to make them 28mm scale which is what we use in our D&D group. 3 hour total paint time, all painted using Scale 75 acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  6. Just finished this bust from FeR..... Romero "The Cat". Object Source Lighting effect done with FW inks, and final finish colours done in Scale 75 Acrylics Thanks for looking Sean
  7. Made a start on this bust yesterday putting on base colours and hand started the OSL effects for the lamp and moon light. Refinement and finishing to follow when its dried for a couple of days..... Thanks for looking Sean
  8. A small update..... Put the finishing touches to Pestilences eyes as I didn't feel they glowed enough, and finished Famine himself..... I think Death will be next..... Thanks for looking Sean
  9. Another super fast but effective paint job for my D&D Games Master for an up-coming game when Covid is replaced again by Brexit..... All done with Daler Rowney Fluorescent FW inks on a gloss black base, using nothing but an airbrush. He maxed out the build height of my printer at 155mm tall. Thanks for looking Sean
  10. Evening all, A Quick and dirty paint job of a free 3D print from Thingiverse, done during my lunch half hours, 4 in total, all painted in Scale 75 Acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  11. Evening all, Latest off the paint station...... 28mm Jester from the Archvillain Games Circus Grotesque D&D Patreon I subscribe to, 3D printed This is my entry into their monthly competition, wish me luck..... Thanks for looking Sean
  12. Dungeons and Dragons, a co-opt, adventure game where only your imagination is the limit.... Dungeon Master, controller and scene setter in the D&D shenanigans,..... Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/ Black(K), addative colour wheel primary colours
  13. Finished this commission gift for our D&D groups DM up today, 3 hour time limit, CMYK and white Primary colours only from Scale 75 Artists range. For those that don't know this is Durnan, the Bar Keep at the Yawning Portal, and for the cost of 1 Gold coin you can ride the bucket down the yawning portal and strike out on your own adventure, most never come back, those that do are forever changed...... Anyhoo, back in the real world..... Some rough freehand, painted upside down with no easy access, so I have a rubbish excuse...... Thanks for looking Sean
  14. Yes mate, primarily Scale 75 from all their ranges and FW inks as thinners /colour bolsters
  15. Hi All, Another deliberate practice piece, this time slightly less limited palette buy allowing myself a ready mixed turquoise , this time a size 2 Raphael 8404 brush...... BUT...... This time I've limited myself to 3 hours!!??????? This is my first successful print off my new resin 3D printer, I was still learning so it's not the best quality. Anyhoo, the pics....... Thanks for looking in Sean
  16. Yarp, Size 6 ...... 0's on your brush size is just making life hard
  17. Thanks for taking the time to look at this. Its a focused practice piece I've just done as a self improvement challenge...... 1 brush, CMYK & white colour palette. The paints are the new Scale 75 Artists range and the brush was a size 6 ProArte Series 40, model donated by my sons old Warhammer army. Thanks again for looking Sean
  18. The Saga continues...... Famines steed is complete...... Thanks for looking Sean
  19. Critique has been varied on the ethereal glow from not at all, to just the eyes, to not bright enough, I've gone with sorting the not bright enough and it looks a lot better now, than in those pics, a lot brighter and more "glowey"
  20. Apologies but I dropped a boob and only took WIP pics of Pestilence himself on my phone so they've not made it to here. That said here is the finished piece..... I'm doing a bit of deliberate practice on a pallet cleanser before starting the next rider so stay tuned Thanks for looking Sean
  21. Mostly, yes mate, I do some base coats and blending with an airbrush too though
  22. The world may well have ended before I've finished these mate, even if I have already started
  23. Pestilences dobbin is done.... Now on to the man himself.... Thanks for looking Sean
  24. WIP update.... 54mm scale, The Riders of the Apocalypse have all been made, and Pestilences steeds flesh and cloth are well on their way, B&W to check tonal values. Personal challenge with this project will be basing, as I detest doing it at best and this set didn't come with its originally intended base as it went out of production before the riders and geegee's did!? Thanks for looking Sean
  25. I've been looking at this now for 15 minutes or more, mainly because I keep getting drawn away by the excellent finish of the overall peice so I eventually had to just focus in on the axe..... I think I have it.... Not enough opposing contrast, where the highlights are are only being opposed by a mid-tone, you need the high contrast to get NMM to read right. Looking at your axe I'd deepen the shadows a little more and glaze in an area on the flat slightly darker but opposite the main highlight on the blade, then push the highlights up on the blade. That way you don't stray to far from the flats mid tone and it should push the contrast a bit more.
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