Paint up Usurper P1 mask

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Dakath

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I have this wonderfull piece allready for a few months and finaly (because of a non latex drying weather) I found some time to start painting this one.

It was foamed up last weekend, some quills on it and now the first paint.

I only did the back of the head and the eyes, tomorrow a little more.

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Belfast Neil

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Solid start man, I've Lee's Wolf to tackle in the next month so will be watching this thread closely.

Are you using latex paints or inks or what? I've found so much information on how to airbrush this stuff my head is fried with what I actually need to get!
 

Dakath

New Member
Solid start man, I've Lee's Wolf to tackle in the next month so will be watching this thread closely.

Are you using latex paints or inks or what? I've found so much information on how to airbrush this stuff my head is fried with what I actually need to get!
I'm using a mixture of latex, acrylic paint and ammonia. Make sure you do it with breathing protection and a ventilated room.

And, use a spraygun with an external mix when you spraypaint with latex. The Badger 350 is a real goed spraygun for that kind of work.

But that is for the base colours, shades and details I'm doing with a mixture of acrylics and ammonia. The ammonia "eats" into the latex. After that sealed with permawet and you have no cracks.

For that I'm using a Badger 150. Clean the gun well after use because the ammonia will "eat" the copper in the spraygun.
 

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esdain

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he seems to be getting there, but you paint backwards to me from the look of it, i always go from light to dark when using my airbrush, different from paining with acrylics by hand where i go from dark to light, still, i look forward to seeing the end result
 

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