Another "grizzly" Paintup

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skunk

New Member
Hey folks
Hope all is well
Sorry I've not had much time to get on here lately....

This is my latest paintup on "Grizzly"

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I'm taking a break from my day job next week, and when I get back, i'll be going part time, so hopefully i'll get more free time.

This piece is up for auction for those interested, heres a link
http://www.thehunterslair.com/topic/28611-11-scale-resin-custom-predator-display-bust-grizzly/#entry350862

Thanks for looking
Lee
 

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skunk

New Member
Cheers Lee
Really not happy with the way the flash plays with the colours though, there's a few places that the paint touch ups really stand out in the pics......they dont look anywhere near as horrid in the natural light.
 

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skunk

New Member
Cheers peeps.......I will try and get some better pics later in the natural light....but my mates borrowed me tripod.
 

skunk

New Member
Cheers man, the mottling is not that complicated really.
I use acrylic inks, black and white are opaque and all the colours are semi transarent.
First, I base coat with white, then I take some earth brown (basicaly, a dark brown, earth brown is simply the name that magic colour chose) and make a batch mixed with some white (around a 3/4 brown 1/4 white) then I split this batch into 3 seperate pots, I leave one as it is, mix a little green into one and a little yellow into the last one.
I end up with three slightly different shades of brown.
To apply, I set up the paintflow on the airbrush to a bare minimum, then simply apply each layer in a series of random small circular patterns, when I have done all three colours, I'll do a few brown spots, then give it all a slight mist of white to blend, then I do the brown spots and the black spots, then give the whole thing a mist of mid grey to blend it all a bit further and to take that "clean as a cartoon" look off of it.
Hope this helps.
I'll take some progress shots next time I do a paintup.
Cheers
 

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Uglimofo

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This thing IS some amazingly detailed work. I would like to see this Pred come to life as an actual character. It looks as though it is alive! Great job!!!
 

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