Ahoy fellows, does that gem look ok you reckon? its my first time really doing them and its a bit of a faff! Also black highlights may not be my favourite thing in the world! never really done them before either :-s
Hidey ho folks, Been working on this guy for quite a while now and finally managed to get him finished, woo!
Was trying out a jungley type colour scheme with him what do you think? also i must say painting something in colours you cant see properly is not a good idea! (rgb colourblind, doh) anyhoo all comments welcome :-)
Excuse the poor pics its late and I have been drinking.
Anyhoo Here is my first ever Ork! (Orc?) thought I'd do one of the Black Reach chaps for a change and I actually quite enjoyed it! and as a memorial to the late Michael Jackson I gave him a pimpy white glove! :-)
as I quite enjoyed doing this one I may give another one a try, my first real go at doing anything fleshy and fabricy aswell, think I did ok. Opinions wellcome as allways folks:)
Howdy folks something a bit different from me for a change, you see tonight I want to talk to you about a super product that you may not know about but is undoubtedly awesome! And that product is Johnsons "Klear" or if you are one of those colonials it will be known to you as "Future Floor Wax"
Now this is a product that is very popular in the model airplane/Gundam/RC car world. Basically it is a acrylic wax that is used to make floors shiny and tough, but it also great for modelling as well as it can be used for many things such as:-
As in the list the top 2 uses are gloss & flat coats, which you use to protect the paint job on your newly painted MeganobCrisisNoiseTrooper, for a gloss coat just paint it on straight from the bottle, no need to thin it! (you can if you want to but don't use water, use either IPA or Tamiya thinners if you are going too) Now this baby is somewhat self levelling so you don't need to worry about brush strokes to much, and it dries pretty darn quick leaving you with a nice tough gloss finish which makes it really easy to apply decals onto.
Now if you want a flat coat you will need to mix the Klear with a little Tamiya Flat Base, you will need to experiment with this until you get the right mix as it can either come out too glossy or rather chalky depending on the mix, so play safe kids and always test on a scrap model/piece of plastic before hand!
Lately I have started using it cut with my metallic paints as it makes them a bit nice to work with, just use it to thin the paint like you do with water, tisgoood.
these are just some of the things you can do with Klear/Future as it is a pretty darn sexy product, and its cheap to boot! only £2.99 or something from your local supermarket and a bottle will last you ages.
Here's a few linkydoodoo's for you folks to take a look at