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WIP NON METAL METAL

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Paulo, May 5, 2017.

  1. Paulo Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Portugal
    IMG_20170504_084957.jpg IMG_20170504_083750.jpg IMG_20170504_080045.jpg Hello Painting comrades
    Some time ago I promised to PF member KEITH, one SBS on Metal Non Metal, painting.
    So in order to pay it, I made a study upon it.
    Please consider this a didactic exercise; the objective is that you understand the steps to activate it.
    Scale 75 ref. SCF-003 is the ideal platform to show it, because I do believe MNM goes very well with fantasy figures.
    You may care that I use the wet pallet system for working.
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    I have used the colors on the photo, but the references are not so important, brown is brown, and ochre is ochre, no meter watt you call him.
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    I start with a brown color for the base, with two passages, I add black on the second passage, mostly in deep places like the eye.

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    For the first lights I had Arabic shadow from S-75 actually this is English Uniform similar color, the objective is to give a raw/ochre brownish color
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    Continue with the base + brown ochre Vallejo- 856

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    Time to add Citadel Yriel yellow to the base.



    Doesn´t look very good I know, but I´m putting contrast to define the volumes, latter I´ll come back to blend the differences

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    In order to define volume I start posing the shadows, always with a cold color

    I use purple from Citadel mixed to base color, and later alone

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    After that I start blending with veils of Arabic shadow and some places brown ochre, next to shadows I use pure purple very diluted

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    So, continuing I use S – 75 Mojave white (is a off white) mixed with the last lights (Base + yellow)

    I insist again with purple shadows. I also do some blending between these steps

    When blending colors, use the colors of your pallet very diluted, select a zone to blend, don’t be rush, take your time.

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    Charge your brush with color, dry the water from your brush in soft paper, in order to stay very few on the brush, in reality is only the pigment (what you really need) and you´ll see that you can control better were you apply it

    Know is time for definition, had some scratches, mostly a highlighted line, and then a black line next to it. Mark also the rivets and other spot lights
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    So at this point is somewhat difficult to say what to do. Actually I give the last highlights in pure off white and next I retouch everything where it needs, blending and softening transitions.















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  2. Paulo Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Portugal
    Part 2


    I also used the S-75 inktense yellow SC-86, it is a INK very strong also, use it very diluted (please !!) and is good for blending lights, in order to keep the yellow shade, don´t put it on shadows
    Last thing I do his a final veil with Vallejo glossy varnish, heavily diluted in order to give a very light satin look like, but very diluted otherwise it will look plastic!!
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    One last consideration

    Acrylic his acrylic so, they are all mixable, each one have his strong point, scale 75 are extra matt, Vallejo has a very soft pigment, very good for skin, and Andrea are in the middle , Games Workshop are little beat more elastic and strong, good for blending in wet on wet technique.



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    The only Paints I believe are rather superior than the others are the Metal from Scale 75, they really amazing you really have to try them… and then you´ll have my opinion.

    Hope you like this article, and try to do it. If you have questions please tell me, I´ll be glad to answer.

    Paulo Carrelo
  3. Phater PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-States
    Excellent tutorial. Thanks for posting.
    Tom
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  4. Honster Active Member

    Country:
    HongKong
    Great work!
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  5. Bootneck Well-Known Member

    Hi Paulo.
    Thanks for taking the time to put this excellent SBS together.
    Peter.
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  6. KuK_Grenadier PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Austria
    Great SBS, thanks a lot.

    Christian
  7. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    You make it look easy, thank you for posting.
  8. franck edet Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Canada
    great SBS thank you very much for publishing it ! (y)

    would love to see one for steel color :whistle:
  9. ATTİLA the HUN Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Turkey
    IMPRESSİVE tutorial, Paulo. THANKS for sharing.
    GOOD JOB....
  10. John Bowery A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Thanks for posting.
    Cheers
    John
  11. Paulo Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Portugal
    Thank you too.
    uyes is true that this takes lot of time and pacience, (taking pictures bake the sequency of work) but your words make me fell happy for doing it. I halso took good lessons from this forum and know is time to feeedback.
    Franck steel in nom metal his very time consumming, it needs more passages than the yelow metal, so I can´t promise it... (sorry I have many projects on the table this year) maybe latter, ok
    Actually I like more the True Metal colors because I do mostly storic subjects. And ...

    See you soon...

    very soon
  12. Wayneb A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Excellent SBS Paulo. I've been experimenting myself using acrylic for NMM and I do like your result. I will keep this in my file..............Thanks for posting.

    Wayne

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