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  1. Quarantine Studio's 1/4 scale bust of Herr Burkhart from their Dead Reich/Return of the Reich series. Sculpted by William Paquet. Wooden base supplied by Pete Watson. The figure is finished in a mix of acrylic and oil paints
  2. Thanks, he's not pretty that for sure, a fun piece to paint though
  3. N&T productions 1/4 scale bust of The Penguin aka Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot. Oswald was the son of wealthy parents however his short stature, obesity and large nose made him an outcast and embarrassment to them, this rejection turning him to evil. As crime boss and super villain Penguin, who got his name from his grotesque appearance and love of birds, became one of the most enduring and popular member of Batman's Rogues Gallery, often paired with the Joker and Catwoman. Penguins eyes are different colours ( right blue and left green) as a result of an injury that led to him wearing his trademark monocle. Penguin is finished in a mix of oils and acrylics
  4. N&T productions 1:4 scale bust of Mr Freeze aka Dr Victor Fries, a brilliant scientist who when searching from a cure for his terminally ill, cryogenically frozen, wife Nora suffers a laboratory accident which lowers his body temperature to sub zero and forces him to wear a cryogenic suit to survive. In building a criminal empire to gain funds for his research he frequently comes into conflict with Batman. Freeze is finished in a mix of acrylics, oils and pastels.
  5. It's amazing how different a picture can look depending on the lighting, I've tried a few things with lights on and off, different backgrounds etc but I really need to look into it more.
  6. The contrast of the greens are alot more than the pictures show, my phone tends to bleach out the colours. The was again preshaded with the airbrush then various shades of lighter greens misted on. The larger scales are lightened towards the centre and darker around the edges but this doesn't show in the pictures unfortunately. I also used oil filters of various greens and a bit of drybrushing with greens and yellows. I take the photos with my phone which gives decent results however I notice that it doesn't show the true contrast that I achieve. The prime examples are the hellraiser busts, where if you seen them first hand you will see the veins showing through under the skin, this seems to get pretty much lost when photographing.
  7. N&T productions Killer Croc bust, around 1/4 - 1/5 scale. Killer Croc, real name Waylon Jones, was a wrestler who had a genetic condition that gave him his crocodile like appearance. Turning to a life of crime he became an adversary of Batman and a member of his rogues gallery The bust is finished in a mix of oils and acrylics.
  8. I airbrush scale75 acrylics. They are heavily thinned for spraying so they go on in semi-transparent layers which gives more control in building up the colour. All the washes and filters are mixed by myself using artist oils and white spirit. I struggle with acrylic washes/glazes especially in this scale, oils gives me the flexibility and time to blend and feather the colours. I've actually just bought some inks but not used them on a model yet, they spray beautifully but some of the colours were very powerful so need to experiment with them
  9. Thank you, they are large, about 10-12 inches in height. I've completed 4 of these now and starting to develop a different style of painting mainly using an airbrush. This figure for instance was preshaded before some basic flesh tones were airbrushed in thin layers, then veining added, more thin flesh layers allowing the veins to show through, washes and filters added then more airbrush layers which helps blend it all together. There's about 12 to 15 airbrush layers on this, they are all very thin allowing more control over how much colour goes on. It's a very fluid process of going back and forward with washes and airbrush to achieve the look I want. Finishing touches are brush painted. I also tend to use oil washes/filters and have not had any problems airbrushing acrylics over them.
  10. Another 1/4 scale bust from the Hellraiser films, bust produced by Keith Cousins and sculpted by Steve Peacock. The Cenobite Butterball was a follower of Pinhead. In his human form he led a hedonistic lifestyle and took great pleasure in sin however after finding and solving the lament box he was transformed into the Cenobite character we see here. Painted in a mix of acrylics and oils.
  11. Thank you all very much for the kind comments
  12. 1/4 scale bust of Frank Cotton from the Hellraiser films. Produced by Keith Cousins and sculpted by Andrew Copeland. Frank Cotton opened the lament cube to another dimension and was torn apart by the cenobite beings from within and his remains taken there. However through a turn of events his spirit was brought back into the real world and he would be resurrected by consuming blood and flesh from dead bodies which would replenish him. The bust represents the stage of him trying to heal his body.
  13. 1/9 scale Verlinden bust of an SS Sturmann during the Ardennes offensive of 1944. This is an old model I completed about 15 years ago and remains the only military bust I've done to date. It had been packed away in the loft when we moved house and I only just came across it again recently. He has been painted in a mix of artists oils and enamels.
  14. Another large 1/4 scale bust from the Hellraiser horror franchise. The Hell Priestess produced by Keith Cousins and sculpted by Steve Peacock. The cenobites are beings from another dimension who are summoned by anyone who solves the Lemarchand configuration (lament box). She has been painted in a mix of acrylics, oils and alclad brass for the box.
  15. I don't really see this type of figure on here so not sure how it will be received but here goes anyway. This is a 1/4 scale garage kit of Chatterer from the 1987 horror film Hellraiser. The original 4 cenobites ( Pinhead, Chatterer, Butterball and Female Cenobite)who are summoned from another dimension by the lament cube, a form of puzzle box, have become iconic figures for anyone familiar with classic 80's horror films. This bust is produced by Keith Cousins and is sculpted by Stuart Little. He's painted in a mix of acrylics and artists oils.
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