Half mask paint up

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mattius

New Member
Step by step of my paintup half mask from, xdmray.

Used the sponge and paintbrush technique.

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mattius

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Thx man, just need dreads now gona have shorter 1s this time, more head movement, due to shoulder cannon.
 

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xdmray

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cool to finally see someone else paint this. i like that you went with browns and reds over greens.
 

Termokk

New Member
Hey the paint up looks great! Are you plannin on wearing it? I heard you say its acrylic paint watered down? I hate to be a party pooper, but if its just acrylic paint it will chip and crack if you try to stretch or bend it. You can mix acrylic paint with rubber cement, and thin it with bestine or naptha- or acrylic paint and prosaide, thinned with water. Either of those mixtures will stretch and flex without cracking. I wish you all the best!
 

mattius

New Member
Hey the paint up looks great! Are you plannin on wearing it? I heard you say its acrylic paint watered down? I hate to be a party pooper, but if its just acrylic paint it will chip and crack if you try to stretch or bend it. You can mix acrylic paint with rubber cement, and thin it with bestine or naptha- or acrylic paint and prosaide, thinned with water. Either of those mixtures will stretch and flex without cracking. I wish you all the best!
Np man thx for info, used liquitex in mix aswell gives it shine and flexibility 2, not gonna stretch it 2 much, easy to get on.
 

skullcollektor

New Member
blending acrylics is easier with a bottle of rubbing alchohol. The alcohol evaporates much faster than water and the results are fantastic. That is a little painting trick I learned from Bob Kurtzman of KNB f/x. Try it, you'll be amazed.

Bryan
 

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