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):
I haven’t painted any figure for a while!
I have few assembled models waiting for painting, it’s one of them.
Here’s Chimera, from Games Workshop. It’s plastic model version.
Cast isn’t greatest, it for sure has less details than any resin model they’ve made. On the other hand, it’less fragile. And that’s it.
Seams were pretty large and it took a while to finish prep-work.
But building part itself was rather straight-forward, so my WIP is going to focus on painting. Starting here:
That’s the model I’ve bought at some promotion at HobbyLinkJapan. It’s 1:1 scale Little Owl from Gunze Sangyo, which is re-print of Airfix model.
This time I decided to record videos instead of taking WIP photos. Or rather it was forced, because taking photos while filming doesn’t look good and it’d take additional time to montage whole video (Special thanks to my Boyfriend for putting it together).
Anyway, since it’s WIP and I didn’t finish it yet, here’s PART ONE of the WIP.