Mousekiller's Dragon Wips
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Posted 12 July 2021 - 03:06 AM
So, I brought my 5 year old daughter with me to the miniature store. She has been interested in my miniatures for about two years now, but I have yet to let her touch anything. She insisted that she wanted to try her hand at painting... so, at $14.99 and pre-primed how could I go wrong. She chose the Young Fire Dragon from the D&D line. We took it home and she helped to do all the base coating. Now time to actually get to work... I guess I am going to be a dragon painter now.
Manufacturer: Dungeons and Dragons Nolzur's Marvelous Miniatures
Posted 12 July 2021 - 11:29 AM
This is the direction I am thinking to go... took about 10 minutes this morning to do the neck and face in red.
Posted 14 July 2021 - 01:15 PM
Haven't had a lot of time this week for painting, so with the little bits of 20 min sessions I have had this is what I have gotten done. Look at the lower portion of the wing, that is the direction I think I want to go? Need to clean it up a little bit where the black wash encountered the lighter yellow.
Other than that, more scale highlighting and hit the mane. Thoughts on the mane? I might go back in and do some more subtle red mixed in to the mane?
Posted 17 July 2021 - 07:53 PM
Finished this side, for the most part. Now, the belly, details in the face, and finish up the wings.... it is coming along nicely for only getting about 10-15 minutes of attention each paint session.
Posted 21 July 2021 - 11:00 AM
@SkullKrusher: Thank you very much! Now we have to do the other side!
Update time! Got the underside of the wing done, though I may go back and hit it with a bit of lining next to the wing membrane. Sealed the underside of the wing and the finished side of the body with some dull coat, want to be sure I don't jack up the paint job once I start working on the other side. What do you think?
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