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Re: Painting feedback

Postby aaronAGN » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 9:10am

Adjusting the bandages, working on the skin.

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Re: Painting feedback

Postby knightkrawler » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 9:51am

There's a link to my gallery in my signature / underneath this post.
Start from the back. A lot of older pictures have been deleted at the hosting service.
Youtube is a blessing to this hobby.

EDIT: Don't bother with my gallery. All the pictures have gone.
Fortunately, it's a project anyway, to take new pictures of everything and bring them into some kind of posting order.
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Re: Painting feedback

Postby aaronAGN » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 10:18am

Rough pass from the other day.
Gonna go back and touch it up/fix it using some of the methods you all described.
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Re: Painting feedback

Postby whitebeard » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 6:04pm

Personally, I think the zombie is the hardest model to paint.
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Re: Painting feedback

Postby Fallensaviour » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 9:04pm

The first thing I do is try to remove all flashing.The mold lines drive me up the wall.
Then I wash them with warm soapy water,pat them dry let them sit for 24 hours.
Then I undercoat/ prime them again I let them sit 24 hours. I use a krylon plastic primer white,grey or black.
Then I start painting darkest to light thin layers.Acrylic paints I buy from wal mart $2 a bottle folk art paints.
Lastly I use a matte finish clear coat.

If stripping models to repaint them,I let them sit in a jar of simple green for 24 hours.Then scrub with tooth brush and wooden toothpick for cracks.wash with warm soapy water.

I ain't the best painter in here but I'm okay.


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Re: Painting feedback

Postby aaronAGN » Tuesday June 13th, 2017 11:43pm

Fallensaviour wrote:Then I undercoat/ prime them again I let them sit 24 hours. I use a krylon plastic primer white,grey or black.
Then I start painting darkest to light thin layers.
Lastly I use a matte finish clear coat.


Thanks for the insight.
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Re: Painting feedback

Postby aaronAGN » Saturday June 17th, 2017 12:26am

Original obviously
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Work in progress
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