Minor/Repaint: Custom Painted Scorponok

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by Larkin Vain, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. Larkin Vain

    Larkin Vain Collector Reborn!

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    I had an extra one of these lying around so I decided to repaint it. Here are some pictures.

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  2. RunaR

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    Nice! And that last pic shows the best use of this mold.
     
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    looks great, man--I tried a repaint of this guy myself but the results weren't nearly as good...I'm curious-- what type of paints do you use? My metallics all end up looking about the same--i.e.: the variation in gold/copper/silver isn't very clear. I'd sure like to hear more about your process. Great work! I DO miss the red eyes, though...
     
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    Thank you for the kind comments. I use a various of paints and mixes. I mixed my metalics with some medium gray so that it doesn't come off as to metalic. Then there's some washes for shadowing and some highlighting done.
     
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    Fantastic!
     
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