My Bro never had opportunity to get NieR:Automata’s collector’s edition, so I decided to present him GK version of figure included in said CE.
He wanted to get her in reverse colour version – dark skin and white dress.
Because I could, I’ve used colorshift – celestial azure paint on her dress.
I started painting it with oil paints, but I didn’t like the results, so I washed whole paint away and airbrushed it with acrylics. Later I had to hand-paint all the details.
I’ve used Army Painter and Green Stuff World paints.
Other than that, I’ve used Koh-I-Noor’s Gioconda metallic drawing pencils on the base.
Quite old Dragon’s model. Building was easy, as usual. Painting took me a while.
Mostly because I started it during summer, when even using retarder for my acrylics didn’t fix the issue of way too fast drying. Later I couldn’t get back to it, I wasn’t doing the right progress. But I managed to finish it.
This figure is for my dad, he loves it.
Unfortunately, all decals just crumbled once I tried to use them. No matter, if I used water, of decal liquid. So forgive me last-minute painting labels on Panzerfaust.
As usual, this is painted with acrylics (Army Painter). Snow is made of PVA glue mixed with white paint. And some white soft pastel dust. I used quite a lot of pastels for weathering.
Everyone who knows me, can tell I’m having a weak spot for samurai.
So here’s SD Zaku Shogun. This one is gift from my Spouse.
Building it was piece of cake – half hour and it was put together. Some light painting and weathering were made over weekend.
Here’s WIP (each picture has a brief description):
Years ago, I won this little guy in raffle.
I never really had guts to build it, I thought it’s too complicated and will take too much time.
Turned out I was wrong about all these aspects. It was fun and quick to build.
I decided to make him look dirty, as I’m disgusted with knights in shining armours – it means they never really fought ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) [I’m not super serious about it, it’s just my preference]
As usual, hand-painted with acrylics.