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Quick, Easy, And Great Looking Fists, my method
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Joined: 6-April 08
go to your local automotive store and by a can of canary yellow spray paint. after spraying apply 1-2 coats of thinned golden or sunburst yellow, your choice depending on how bright you want them. realise this will be very glossy at first! after the coat of citadel yellow(only citadel makes this look good, P3 and vallejo do not come out well) ink the crevices carefully with watered down flesh wash, but add 5 drops of vallejo matte varnish(as it works best, and comes in a dropper). the matte varnish will get rid of most of the shine and stop the ink from pooling. fill in the details and parts not yellow. and apply a coat of straight up matte varnish. slather this on but be even with it! for highlights us a mix of 1:1.5 of the yellow you chose and bleached bone.
heres some pics of the step by step, this one used sunburst
after sunburst coat and fleshhttp://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s275/Zo...07/Fists018.jpg
now this marine was done with sunburst yellow, hence the brightness. but they can be done with golden or even bad moon.
some C&C on the method would be apreciated
edited the title and removed the email as you are all probobly right about the methodpics to links they are too large. Nothing larger than 700x700 This post has been edited by Rogal Dorn on Apr 8 2008, 10:13 PM
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