The main body has had all the red applied, shaded and highlighted now. If you look at the legs on the left you can see what the red looks like after 2 coats with the airbrush. It takes a lot more traditional brush work to get the red to display some vibrancy and contrast as shown on the body. It’s taken around 5 hours to paint the body red so far but I’m really enjoying it.
It's not heavy at all. Awkward to hold though. My first one I stupidly painted with the legs glued on. This one I'm painting with the legs separate and it's far more enjoyable.
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Maybe an odd question but is it heavy to paint that thing/hard on your arms?