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Friday, November 03, 2017

WIP: Ahsoka OSL & Shadow

Now I want to protect the sabers and her beautiful eyes. This is a scary process because I am covering a lot of my previous work with thin layers of OSL and shading. Thin paint, low PSI and many layers so I don't obscure all my hard work - just most of it on the shadowed side o_O



Here we go!
Success!!!! Just have to refine a few things with the bristles...

Also bought a 30th anniversary Primaris marine and was going to prime it while I had the airbrush out...
but turned out to be an assassin! I took it back to the store and they replaced it and gave me a spare primaris to use as a test for my color scheme - no big deal!

Next post: Primaris preshading.

Thanks for the clicks, tell me what you think and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain!

4 comments:

  1. That is super, super cool! Nice work, man!

    It would have been slightly more ironic if the assassin had been a Callidus (what with 'em being the masters of disguise), but the Eversor is still a very cool model. Looking forward to seeing your take on the nuMarine!

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    1. Thanks! He's done, you can check him out on my instagram: almost_zab or on my cmon wip thread: http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/showthread.php?53816-Zab-s-Damn-it-to-hell!-WIP

      He came out great!

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  2. Wow ... she is coming along VERY nicely indeed. Why didn't you mask her eyes with some liquid mask? That would have saved you from the worry.

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    1. Thanks, I actually used silly putty to mask the sabers and eyes because i have had some problems in the past with various liquid masking products. I didn't want to get this far and have it destroyed so i very rarely use liquid mask anymore. Silly putty is much more versatile and works better for my needs. It also hasn't betrayed my like liquid mask.

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