Bad Blood Debut

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TK-J

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I have been working on this suit for a while now. I originally wanted to base it on Milks paint-up of Narins Bad Blood, but time and desire to sculpt accurate parts before the Con, wasn't with me.


He made his debut at Armageddon Melbourne last weekend, with great success.

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He is based on Bob Bagy's Super Black pred skin with one of Bob's open mouth Wolf masks. The armour parts are primarily from Uratz, and the shins are a set of Mannowars' Wolf style.
Unfortunately the spikes didn't hold well enough witht he epoxy resin I used to glue them to the gaunt and shoulder bell, and some of them were purloined by trophy seekers whilst having their photo taken with me :mad: .
 

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Effects Guy

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The color choice is interesting, I like it. Its nice to change things up every once in a while. I would suggest adding some to it though, to make it look less flat, add some color mottling in the same color family to give is a most skin like appearance. Great job though. Forms are nice, the sculptural detail is great.
 

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TK-J

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Thanks for the comments guys!

The color choice is interesting, I like it. Its nice to change things up every once in a while. I would suggest adding some to it though, to make it look less flat, add some color mottling in the same color family to give is a most skin like appearance. Great job though. Forms are nice, the sculptural detail is great.
There are probably a half dozen shades of grey. Every batch of paint I mixed usually ended up a different shade. There are also some browns in there as well. I wanted something different for this suit. My 3 previous paint-ups of other suits have been tradional colors, ie. skin tones, browns, greens, black etc. For this Con, I usually try to paint something for shock value.
 

Effects Guy

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I can see what you mean about different greys. The thing is you need to layer the colors with a latticework or honey come effects or spatter them on to built the skin effect, or it is kinda flat. You have a really good base. I would just recommend adding some more. Work in washes with darker tones and lighter, layer it up.
 

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