Quickly Painting to 3-Color Minimum
My idea was to let the base coats do much of the grunt work I find so difficult on large, flat spaces; that is, blending effects. This was accomplished by using four spray coats from different angles.
I used black as the primary base, followed by silver, then yellow from a few different directions and brown from underneath, spraying occasionally from a 45 degree angle for some bleed over.
The doors were easy. I popped out two, hit them from the top, not spraying all the way down, then turned the model and did two more doors.
The paints I used.
At that point, it was a matter of doing the details, but I didn't kill myself trying to reinvent the wheel. I basically cleaned up some spots and blocked out some black areas for contrast.
I got a bit happy, putting together this model and painting him up.
That's about it, really. Thoughts?
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