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Wizard Tower

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    • #135084

      I wanted to show off a couple of the Printable Scenery prints I painted up. I have a lot more printed and I can’t wait to show those soon.

      Edit: Upload Sizes are too large. Ill figure something out.

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    • #135092

      Here’s a link!

      • #135101

        hay man looks good im looking into getting into airbrushing any tips?

    • #135094
      Keith Hershey Jr

      Very nice paint jobs

    • #135095
      Matt Barker

      That looks fantastic, what colours did you use?

      • #135108

        @Matt Barker: On the Wizard Tower I used Vallejo Royal Purple for the base color on the roof followed up with Alien Purple as a highlight.
        On the other tower roof I used Vallejo Beasty brown with Vallejo Gory Red of it sparingly. The Bolts were the first Silver metallic in arms reach.
        Both towers were primed with a $5 Krylon Primer and I used Anchirite Grey followed up with Splashes of Vallejo Light Grey. To add some visual interest I added
        some random sprays of Olive Grey. All Vallejo colors.
        The browns I don’t recall but I didnt use anything to fancy. The first Vallejo light and dark browns I saw. I don’t favor Vallejo paints but they just happen to be
        extras in a box of paints I don’t use anymore which are perfect for these larger terrain projects.

        : Don’t get a cheap brush, get something around $150-200 (I use a Grex Xgi). Make sure you get compressor with a tank as well. Ultimately I just practiced and these terrain prints are perfect for fast, easy ways of getting practice with high results. There also a lot of painting videos out there on Youtube.

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      • #135470

        @developer.harrington any youtube channels you could suggest?

    • #137244

      Wow, thats my next project

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