Monday, March 29, 2010

How to Paint Faces

Steps 4,3,2,1 (dont know why it posted like this.)

Hey hey guys heres a quick tutorial on how to paint up some faces.

Start with a base coat of GW paint color "Chaos Black"

Step one: Use GW paint color "Elf Flesh" 61-23 as your base coat. It will go one thick so i recommend using a flow improver like Reaper Master Series Flow Improver. It doesn't have to go on in one even coat, we will be applying lots of washes.

Step two: Using GW wash set "Grphonne Sepia" we will cover the face, pretty evenly to get the next stage of color to the face.

Step three: Using GW wash set "Devlan Mud" cover the face just like in step two after letting the grphonne sepia dry. let this wash dry.

Step four: using GW wash set "Badab Black" and select a few points on the face, the eyes, the mouth, the area under the cheek bone, the wrinkly between the eyes, and around the hair line. This will give the effect of a deeper face, more natural face. Let dry, and enjoy.

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Just some Demons, Kinda outa focus but I was asked to post some stills. Still needs some work on the handles of the swords and the swords themselves.

Space Wolf Project Close Up Shots

Hey guys,
Here is a Space Wolf Project that I am working on currently. I am very happy with the way that this is coming out as it is still just a WIP. (Work in Progress) The Yellow on the shoulder pad and the right knee (your left) needs to be redone i made it a bit to dark this time.
What do you guys think so far?

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