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TUTORIAL: PAINTING “GUIJIA” part 2 BLACK MESH

TUTORIAL: PAINTING “GUIJIA” part 2 BLACK MESH

Welcome to Painting “Guijia” tutorial. Here I will take you on a Step-by-step trip through almost entire process of painting Infinity the Game “Guijia” Special Project. This is part 2 focused on Black Under Armour.

Before we start, some notes:

* Visit Painting “Guijia” tutorial part 1 to see how it got to this point.
* This isn’t a real deal ‘Non Metallic Metal’ – just a hibrid.
* As usual, please take note that what works for me might not necessarily work for you.

Assuming the Tutorial: Painting “Guijia” part 1 Orange Armour is where we left off, here’s the miniature in it’s current state:

*  This is the most difficult part of the process. Mix Val. Black (air) 1:5 with Val. Panzer Dark Grey (air) and apply it to everything, that is not external armour plates and blade. The difficult part is to not mess up all these sexy Orange-to-Yellow armour plates. If you do, you can try out Erasing Bloopers following one of my tutorials, still the airbrushed nature of the layer will make it extremely difficult.

TUTORIAL: ERASING BLOOPERS

*  Next apply a watered down GW Fenrisian Grey over black areas. It is important not to fill any recesses. You can apply more than one thin layer, overlaping each other and even leave some irregularities - this will work to the overall paint job's advantage.

*  Next, higlight edges with GW Pale Wych Flesh. This time no thinning down the paint. You can imitate some scratches, reflexions etc.

*  Now wash it all with a thinned down Army Painter Dark Tone Ink. Once again be extra carefuul not to paint over finished armour plates.

*  Now it's time to make it POP! Using GW Pale Wych Flesh and Val. Off White, highlight the edges and create some points of focus, scratches, reflections etc.

Congratulations! By following these five steps you should now have most of the work behind you. Next week: Tactical Rock and bonus Sword…

Nazroth
Nazroth

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