Author Topic: 1/6 Cerberus Project Dark Elf Completed  (Read 1192 times)

September 27, 2006, 10:48:38 PM
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gamerabaenre

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Completed Page: http://www.gamerabaenre.com/cerberus_dark_elf.htm
Progress Page: http://www.gamerabaenre.com/cerberus_dark_elf_prog.htm
Sample images, a lot more pictures are on the completed page.

For those who enjoy figures...  :D

September 27, 2006, 11:05:38 PM
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Your best figure yet? It's so hard to tell with the quality of work you turn out, but this looks great. The skin tones, the leather, the gold trim... the colors are just beautiful.

And say... that butt-hat tattoo looks familiar...
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September 28, 2006, 09:44:47 AM
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Very nice Gam! Great shading and such. :) The metals look great as do the eyes. Good contrast between matt and gloss surfaces.

September 28, 2006, 09:47:51 AM
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Thanks.  That tattoo has just about become my personal signature on my figure kits.  I'm going to have to have put it on every figure kit  I do... at least the large number of these decals I have are being used  :P

September 28, 2006, 09:50:55 AM
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Very nice Gam! Great shading and such. :) The metals look great as do the eyes. Good contrast between matt and gloss surfaces.


Thanks Mike.  I used a different method for shading the armor pieces this time.  I used a mix of blue and red to get a bluish purple, then used that single color for everything.  I first sprayed a couple of dark layers in the shaded areas, then went back and sprayed the entire pieces effectively blending in the shaded areas.  Once I got to the right tone, I stopped and it worked out very well for a shaded effect with out having to use different tones of the same paint color.  I'll have to use this technique for painting reds from now on.  Post shading technique using one color  :lol: