Friday, 12 April 2013

NMM GOLD TUTORIAL by Rodion Roeoender Rubin

Scibor's Jet-Bike-Paint-In-Progress

#1 - unpainted parts;
#2 - whole parts painted with scorched brown;
#3 - most of the surface painted with bestial brown - scorched brown left only in the hollows;
#4 - snakebite leather - from this point you have to imagine the location of a light source and keep it
       in mind during painting (here it's located above and in front of the model);
#5 - bubonic brown;
#6 - highlights - white mixed with a very little bit of bubonic brown - only on the most exposed points,
       according to the location of a light source.




11 comments:

  1. very nice gold,
    but, can you please explain how you paint your red...
    and which colors you have used...
    thank you

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    1. The red was painted with airbrush using these colours:
      #1 - scorched brown;
      #2 - scorched + red gore;
      #3 - red gore;
      #4 - red gore + bloodred (very little, only on the front of the
      bike).
      On the photos it looks a little bit too flaming, in reality it's deeper&darker.

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  2. Thanks! Rocks big time...

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  3. Wow. Short and understandable.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  5. What brand of paints are you using? I am not familiar with those color designations...

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    1. Old Games Workshop (Citadel) paint range!

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  6. A great tutorial.

    Thank you very much for sharing it.

    Tony

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  7. This is a great tutorial, thank you.

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  8. I am trying to accomplish something similar but using the current GW paints. I started with with Dark Dryad, then XV88, Baylor Brown and then a mix of Baylor and White Scar. Any idea if these are equivalent to the ones above?

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