|What a wonderful pose. Based Zamesi Desert in airbrush form.|
JJ painting, this is a Pathfinder Magus/Ninja commission for Bryan.
We chatted back and forth about how he wanted the model to look. He mentioned that he wanted the hand glowing with some energy. Guess the magus character in the game channels spells into his weapon. Unfortunately it looks like I didn't take pics of the completed model. This is the second model in a row I've painted for Pathfinder that I didn't take all the pics. Missing pics are the finishing touches and gloss then mat varnish which softens the colours and different sides on a background.
|Ushabti bone for first layer of the gi.|
|This is Army Painter Mat White. Mordian7th is right. Really makes it pop. The pop continues as Zab has mentioned several times when contrast is applied.|
|Was originally going to have the shirt under the gi black, felt that wouldn't look right considering the boots, gloves and ties are going to be black. So let's oreo this guy!|
|Highlight with Adeptus Battlegrey. All paints so far have been placed on a wet pallet and appropriately thinner to get the desired viscosity.|
|Bryan wanted me to add a few things onto this guy. Otherwise this guy is finished. Put some more copper on the axes, Balor Brown drybrushed for the fur kilt.|
|Forgot to take a pic of the Adeptus Battlegrey drybrush for the beard and hair. Man these pathfinder models go by so fast I'm forgetting to take pics.|
|Genuine sand swept up from the parking lot of my apartment and edible grade school glue on the base. Based Dheneb Stone|
|Washed Army Painter Soft Tone. Best replacement for Gryphonne Sepia. My pot is finally running low. Really like the effect. Think that'll be my basing signature.|
|Hit it with a second wash. Mask and glowing hand based Evil Sunz Scarlet, first highlight Blazing Orange, second highlight Flash Gitz Yellow.|
Wish I would've remembered to take a pic of the finishing touches and with the gloss and mat varnish. Turned out really smooth. Should be able to grab it from him one evening for a couple of pics.