Post by ccemtp205 on Sept 23, 2018 15:57:01 GMT -5
Hello all, it's been a while since I posted anything on the forums but, I need some help with a figure. My D&D group is playing an adventure called out of the abyss and I'm the one in my group that has experience painting plastic models and figures. The final "boss" in the adventure is called Demogorgon and I'll share a picture of them at the end of the post. I need some ideas on what I can do to subdue/tone down all the orange, yellow, red and white I have on its chest. I've considered scrapping what I've done, repriming it and painting the entire figure all over again but thats countless hours of work that I'd have to do all over again. I've thought about dry brushing some base color back on the chest along with some brown and black to blend in but I still want to keep some of the orange, yellow, white and red detail to simulate fire or some sort of bright light like is showing in the book and the package. Any help/input would be greatly appreciated.
I think there is an easy solution to this. I do not paint miniatures but over the last week I have watched many you tube tutorials by a miniature painter named Vince Venturella and I have learned so much. This guy is fantastic. He has 150 plus videos on you tube. I think you should watch the one on Glazes as I think a glaze will be a solution to your problem. I will attempt to add a link to this tutorial. If the link does not work then go to you tube and do a search for : How to Glaze and look for the video by Vince Venturella.