As mentioned last week I have been playing around with some UV resin and blue stuff molds.
Started as a bit of an experiment and suddenly I have 4 different ice gamins…..
All using different paint techniques or even how I created them with the casting (if I can use that word) process.
So I have had fun knocking these up and there is some nice tiny details you can see if you squint…
Pure resin no messing about…
A dry brush of white on the details and then sealed in more resin so the colour is just under the skin…
Created by swirling blue and white paint in the halves of the body before they were joined up.
Last one is the off cuts of thin resin from the other 3 added to the mold as I poured the fresh resin in.
Would love to hear peoples thoughts about which one looks the best.
I am thinking this could help me create all the gamins for a certain academic from arcanists as well 🙂
have added in some details of spare KoS parts coming through the portal. With a splash of contrast paint into the resin (used as a glue in the case) to sort of give the idea of the model manifesting.
I think it works well, although I am at the point now where I dont know if I should do some more embellishments…
Well it finally arrived I have a much larger bottle of UV resin which means it’s time to see pink elephants…..
So I have added to the base for the water effect, which is just quicker using this stuff. And obviously first pass on the portal.
I do want to play around with some layering of the water and I have a few plans for the portal but that’s for another day.
Today we have fun with vines…lots and lots of vines to add some additional texture to the model 🙂
The next stage now is going to be a bit slow as I need to wait for some UV resin to turn up as I have some interesting ideas on using it 😀
Nice easy one today, just slapping some sepia everywhere. 1) to match my bases for rest of the army 2) I ran out of nuln oil….
So today was a quick job, basically adding some texture to the Fane with a liberal drybrushing.
I will be doing a wash as to help blend / mute the colours a little. Then its onto the details.