Sunday, February 4, 2018

Doom Commission?

A co-worker asked me if I'd paint some boardgames pieces for her. I said sure. So, the game is Doom, and I started with 4 sample pieces just to see if the style was what she was looking for.

First, prime and highlight for pre-shading.


Next, some airbrushed colors to get tone right, and some initial paint down.


Tightened up the colors, applied washes, final details, and 4 quick table-top-ready figures are out in a day. Quick and fun. If she likes them, I'll do the rest of the set.


'Til next time.

2 comments:

  1. I'm sure she'll love them. Only advice, is board gamers are rough on their minis. I'd be tempted to give them a coat of acrylic gloss, followed by a matte finish. That extra layer of gloss will protect them for a long time. I did this to a friend's Robo Rally robots I painted for him and they're still chip free.

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    1. Allan, that's a really good point. Thanks for the reminder!!!

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