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Painting passable figures without pain or suffering and rapidly fixing up already painted figures. Painting and fixing figures. Problems with commercial painted figures. Popeye! Flat, no contrast Colors too bright and toy-like or otherwise off. Bad proportions. What we really want.

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Painting passable figures without pain or suffering and rapidly fixing up already painted figures

Painting passable figures without pain or suffering and rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

Painting and fixing figures


Problems with commercial painted figures
Problems with commercial painted figures rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Popeye!

  • Flat, no contrast

  • Colors too bright and toy-like or otherwise off.

  • Bad proportions


What we really want
What we really want rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Shadows and contrast

  • Grungy working stiffs in messy industries

  • Faces with some character

  • Colors closer to what we like


Tools
Tools rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Good brushes - Winsor Newton's

  • Knife, file, flush cutter and putty for figure prep

  • If you add pins, pin vise, drills Xuron cutter

  • Needle nose pliers for bending

  • Ceramic dish or CD as palette


Art of the quick fix
Art of the quick fix rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Acrylic ink washes

  • Dry brushing

  • Judicious touchups and detailing

  • Weathering powders


Preparation
Preparation rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Trim the flash

  • Add pins if needed

  • Fill holes or carve on problem areas

  • Prime, white grey or sometimes black


Colors
Colors rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Advantages of working with a limited color palette

  • Colors that work we together

  • Colors that look good under our lighting


General procedure
General procedure rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Paint in dressing order, from the skin out

  • Try to avoid painting between two already painted portions

  • Paint several figures at a time


Sloppy painting
Sloppy painting rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Thinned acrylic paints are self shading

  • A wash of dark acrylic ink can add deep shadow detail to figures

  • Drybrushing lighter colors pops out highlights


Detail work
Detail work rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Black lining

  • Small details


Painting and fixing figures
Eyes rapidly fixing up already painted figures.


Faces
Faces rapidly fixing up already painted figures.


Special effects
Special effects rapidly fixing up already painted figures.

  • Add gloss for leather or oiled hair

  • Add extra goodies using putty or paper

  • Look at some of the military modeling groups for true insanity