I enjoyed trying something slightly different with the beholder's jewel-like eyes and teeth. I think I want my own beholder now.
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Friday, March 2, 2012
Hippogriff and Beholder repaints
Another couple figures for Jeff. he actually let me borrow these so I could test a couple priming techniques before tackling that black dragon. Since they were both primed, I went ahead and painted them up. They painted up really fast, being almost 90% drybrushed.
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Very nice work - the eyes and teeth on the Beholder are brilliant!ReplyDelete
That is the coolest color strategy for a Beholder that I have ever seen. Very, very creepy...
Cool stuff. How did you give the Beholder the gem-like eyes and teeth?ReplyDelete
The gem-look is actually pretty easy. I just used the method I learned through an old Games Workshop painting book. Here's a summary of that method posted by someone over at Warseer: http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a202/Lord_of_Skulls/lenses.jpgReplyDelete