Miniatures For Sale

Friday, October 30, 2015

WIP: Harley Quinn

Little Harley and Big Harley will have the same limited palette. There will be some inks later :) Let's get into this!

These are the colors for Harley:
There was a lot of wet on wet so I don't have ratios or mixes, sorry.
Red mid tones:
Black and White mid tones:
Highlights:
Shade colors:
Shaded:
Now to clean up the whites and her face with these colors:
 Now let's work on the mallet,
and floor.
 Time for more inks to shade them:
 Almost done :) Pigments next:
That's cute, but she's crazy too. Let's make her look dangerous...
Done!

BIG NEWS! Our Local figure club (Southwestern Ontario Figure Club) will be having our first ever figure show and competition here in Toronto Nov 21st! Please come out and support us if you are in the area!!!!!
LINK!
http://www.swordandbrush.ca/

Just a quick note:
The Little Heroes Charity Fundraiser has been extended until Nov 27th! So if you thought you had missed out on it you can still get in!

Next Post: Display pics of Harley Quinn! So what do you think? That was fast, right? Well, hit me in the comments, check the blog roll and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain :P

6 comments:

  1. Zab ... what can I say. You did some COOL work on the base there. Your paint job is a good, that's a given coming from you, but your bases are starting to reach a whole different level of cool. Concept wise - A+++ Execution - A+++
    Harley has a simple colour scheme ... a top notch base was needed (not an option) for her to work. Dude you NAILED it.

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    1. Thank you so much! I've always liked how dangerous and underestimated Harley is. So this was a great chance to bring her to life and for a good cause :) I hope she fetches a good price at auction!

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  2. You have definitely been working on your bases something fierce this past year! Harley looks great!

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    1. Thanks! I like the basing as much as the minis, some times more :)

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  3. I'll echo the basing comments. I really like this one. Lovely work.

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    1. Thanks! The small ones are pretty challenging. That cube is only 1" x 1" but you still need to give a sense of atmosphere and setting in a limited space.

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