I finally consider the Skink part of the Skinks done. I decided on the grey stone for the insets on the hand weapons and the javelin points. I like it on the hand weapons but not sure I will keep the javelin points like this. Too perfectly geometric for stone? I had the idea of swapping the tips with the arrow heads from the Savage Orcs and I may do so still if I don’t just go to a ferrous metal look.
Now, I still have the details on the command group to do and the shields as well. I want to pull color from my Saurus to the stone insets on the standard top so I will need to sort out that color scheme before I do. Tomorrow I am planning a trip to the Hobby Lobby for a bunch of plastic plants to use for basing.
Do you make glazes for that or? just natural blending of colors
No glazes or washes. Just blending up from the base colors. I paint straight from the pot, no mixing, with a wet brush and a bunch of patience.
Three things I love about this post.
1. Your painting is amazing. Best skinks I've ever seen.
2. You use a mac.
3. ou have lego Hobbit figures.
Now If I can just talk you into painting Hobbit models 🙂
Yeah those were a birthday gift from my girl. 🙂 I may have to paint her a Thranduil for her birthday. She has a major crush on him and always fondles the models blister when we go to the GW store, lol.
I have painted a few in the past either for gifts or just fun. I think I have a Gamling in my case.
beautiful blends, man. Faces are particularly well done.
That skin is flawless! What does the community need to do to convince you to do a tutorial?
I would love to try and write one. This was my test unit and several parts of the models got repainted a couple times. Pretty sure that doesn't make for a good tutorial 🙂
Thanks for the kind words
Well now that the test unit was a success, as you transition to the next project you can make a tutorial! Honestly, i'm impressed by everything you've posted thus far so i'll appreciate any type of tutorial! Keep on doing what you're doing!
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You're blending is amazing. I just started learning how to blend better but hey you give me something to work towards. Very nice models.