Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Marc Middleton, Mar 16, 2020.
So I purchased my First Seraphon a few weeks ago and here is my progress so far.
Any help is great
Just had to get the Bastiladon out. Not sure on color scheme Yet.
So I'm using Corax White spray primer, then Apothecary white contrast and Corax white base, it seems to grey for me, any ideas on highlights to whiten them? I was thinking White Scar or Praxeti White over the Apothecary White
You can use any white to try and brighten it. The Apothecary White contrast is definitely a very light grey.
I like what you've shown! Good stuff.
I like what I see so far. Love the light greenish scales of the Saurus Guard
I've seen @Itepixcauh use Gryph-charger grey thinned down as a very targeted recess shade on white to up the contrast. Then just use any bright white to pick out the highlights and they should pop a bit more. Looking good so far though
I'm bias towards White Scar myself lol
I'm digging what I'm seeing so far, the green scales or seafoam or whatever that color is is a good choice.
Since everyone likes my green. My inspiration is my old Bronco
Is that an OG Carnifex? I loved that model.
Nice start on the painting, too.
Yes it is, I have a store by me that buys and sells used models, got him for $20 I think. Also got an Old metal BroodLord for $15
So crazy idea, after re-applying corax white over the apothecary white. Highlight the extreme edges with Wraithbone, I know it's an off white, but it might pull away from the grey just enough to appear white.
Nice red color on the shield.
It might be the lighting of the picture, but it looks like the gold/bronze parts could use a wash and/or highlight.
Interested to see a Saurus Guard painted fully
Very nice shields
So here he is assembled, I need to work on the weapon (lacking desired colors) and touch up
The shield I put a wash on the Copper, I think I dont like it washed or need to try a different one. I didnt wash the copper on his body, I like it better left alone
I think it will look better if you do wash the copper, then highlight it with the original copper colour again
So these showed up today, I'm torn between opening and leaving in plastic
He looks awesome!
So I got some Praxeti White today, it was hard to paint with so much painted already. I like what it did, if I do it early on with the rest it will Look much better and be quicker/easier.