I Finished this up today. I like how it turned out. Was going to paint with color but I deiced not to. I wanted some thing diffrent. Will post better pics tomorrow.
On him I used 3 shades of copper then added a green color over that in some areas. Just to make it look like it turning green, you know how copper turns green after awhile.WOW, I really like how that looks. FANTASTIC!!!!!!
And the cool part is all the detail stands out even more with the Bronze look.
How many different shades of colors did you use?
May I make a suggestion if you don't mind.....the green looks good. But.....
Take some aqua, sea blue, or patina and use a small paintbrush and drybrush it in some of the small crevises, it will give you an even more deeper tarnished look.
Or maybe a wash of these blues in certain areas would work too.
Just a suggestion, other than that, it looks fantastic. Great pics too.
I always thought the "stealth" figures were a ridiculous idea to begin with... until someone posted a couple of pics here of a stealth he had painted as "decloaking", with parts clear, parts regularly painted and other parts in blue, sparkling transformation... looked killer!!I'm not a fan of the clear stuff