JJ typing, here's work on Ayce00's Forgeworld Avatar. You're probably saying "What? This blog has posts of models being worked on. That is weird." Frankly I'm saying the same. This is from about 4 sessions of work. Instead of posting multiple parts showing little progress wanted to make one post showing a lot.
|This was surprisingly difficult. Wanted to pin the hair to the head.|
|This was the most difficult pinning I've ever done.|
|This took Way too long to accomplish. Never thought pinning these three parts together would be so much of a hassle.|
|Colour by colour Citadel paints are being made into airbrushing paints. Really like the fact that I only have to buy the boston bottle once. When running low on a paint buy a new pot and fill the bottle.|
|Citadel paints made into airbrush paints. They look remarkably close the pot colour. Can barely see the blue hue.|
|Little tip from the Iwata book is to remove the nozzle cap for a fine line.|
|My airbrushing skills leaves much to be desired. Will have to practice more with it to get the thin lines I want.|
|Forgot the broken surface on his collar bones and neck. Also hit the face with the airbrush.|
|This turned out much better than expected. Blazing Orange airbrush over Scarlet Red.|
|Since I'm doing this model backwards decided to put in some lines of Army Painter Mat White. Idea is when yellow is painted into the cracks the white will make some yellow areas brighter. Like molten lava. Some parts are hotter than others.|
|That's it for this evenings work.|
|Flash Gitz Yellow for breaks in mantle.|
|Flash Gitz Yellow reinforcing broken mantle.|
|Watered down Boltgun Metal for boots, bracers and face plate.|
Here's the inspiration for this model. Damn awesome painted model. Great job, Broken Blade!
As mentioned earlier. The paint pot that has Windex in it is the left pot. Surprisingly close to the right pot even with the blue hue of Windex with just residual paint in the pot. Thanks, Zab.