Photos: 4 more paintups of Biohunter76 biohelmets.

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JehdinThwei

New Member
I was happy to acquire 4 more biohelmets from Biohunter76 (Casey). I just love these works of art and it was just plain fun to paint them. Casey is a class act and his work is awesome!!
Special thanks to PredatrHuntr (Jason) for his Huntorial on painting found here http://www.thehunterslair.com/index.php?showtopic=5677
Also, a huge thanks to Monster Studio for her help with sponge selection and dry brushing instruction. You ROCK!!


With primer only

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..and then a few pics of each.

Wolf

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Narin

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Ancient

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P1

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...and for giggles here is another Narin that I finished a few weeks ago.

Narin



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Thanks for looking :)
 

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biohunter76

New Member
Nice work Bill. It's nice to see a different take on the Ancient and Narin. Man you got those done pretty fast.
 

JehdinThwei

New Member
Nice work Bill. It's nice to see a different take on the Ancient and Narin. Man you got those done pretty fast.

Thanks man! Yeah, my Memorial Day weekend was consumed as was Tuesday and Wednesday. My apartment looked like... well, like I was painting 4 biohelmets. What a mess I had to clean up :) What a privilege to work on these pieces. Thanks again, bro.
 

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Ice1

New Member
Thanks for the info. May start using this. Get away from the old gray stuff. lol
 

JehdinThwei

New Member
Thanks for the info. May start using this. Get away from the old gray stuff. lol
Any time, man. It worked really well. No issues at all. :)


Nice Paint up!!! just wonder where did you got your bios lenses from?
I bought them from Biohunter76 as well. I actually got fed up with trying to glue these or other material (having to hold it in place, smearing onto the lens, etc) and decided to try my good old friend 3M double sided tape. A good pair of sharp tweezers will be your friend in removing the back layer of the tape :D It works phenomenally.

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...and it is clear once you remove the red backing, which is nice.


Awesome work mang! Glad those tutorials came in handy for you!

Thanks Jason!! And the tut helped a lot. Of course, there were times one would just look polka dotted and I would completely cover it over again The beauty of paint is that you can go right over it again if you flub it up :lol:

Great lids :)
Thanks brother. Biohunter's shiz is killer!!
 

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Hyper

New Member
I love the P1 paint up
I just got one of Casey's as well and I am about to start my paint.
And yes Casey is great to work with, great guy and very helpful.

I also picked up a set of his Beads also. They look awesome.

I may have to use your pics as a reference ,if you don't mind.
 

JehdinThwei

New Member
I love the P1 paint up
I just got one of Casey's as well and I am about to start my paint.
And yes Casey is great to work with, great guy and very helpful.

I also picked up a set of his Beads also. They look awesome.

I may have to use your pics as a reference ,if you don't mind.
Thanks Hyper. I can't wait to see pics when you're finished. :)
 

JehdinThwei

New Member
They look great, pictures and the subjects both! Good lighting. Good color. Good effects. My only thought is you may want to consider getting them to look even more old and distressed. That can be done by making them a bit dirty using raw umber and burnt umber and dry brushing that into the indented areas. Just a thought. The colors are currently terrific but they look freshly "painted." The raw umber overall tones that aspect down and makes them look like they really have either been dug up or have been around a while which provides even more character.

Rock on, Bill! :)

Thanks for the tip. :) And thanks again for your help!!!
 

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PredatrHuntr

Master Member
You can easily achieve more weathering just by simply using a black wash on the paint you have. It you put too much on, then add a few more layers of the silver/copper to cover it :)
 

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