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Blog Schwaaah's Paint Log

Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Schwaaah, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Schwaaah
    Skink

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    I will post a pic tomorrow. Mostly have focused on further edge highlighting, painting claws, the ropes and base coating some of the gold. All in all, fairly minor progress so far :)
     
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  2. Schwaaah
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    Here is the most recent progress on the carno. As a bonus, I'm including a pic of my fiance's great unclean one. She's still choosing which arms she wants to use on the big poppa.
     

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    Love the contrast on the carno and the great unclean one is amazing!
     
  4. Aginor
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    I always like it when people go for yellow.
    It is hard to pull off, but it can look so great. :)
     
  5. Schwaaah
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    Thanks Lizardmanperson. I appreciate the compliment, and will pass along your praise my lil lady as well.

    Aginor, I am also super happy with how the yellow looks. If I were to do one thing differently, though, it'd be to paint the yellow sections white first and then yellow. As it is, I needed 4-5 thin coats of yellow to cover most of the blue. I think painting it white, and then using yellow, would have given it a more even coverage and I would not have needed to use quite as much paint.
     
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  6. Aginor
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    Yeah painting yellow over anything except white is a lot of work.
     
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