My New Hobby - Resin Figure Painting & Dioramas

Savage Clown

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Well as it's looking I'm getting bored with everything and I'm not working now due to certain medical conditions and needed something to occupy my time otherwise I'd go stir crazy. I've decided to get back into painting miniatures, not so much for gaming though, more or less just for the painting aspect of it. Although the miniatures I used to paint way back in my 20's were pewter and very small and so far the ones I've been painting lately have been quite large. As I progress through each figure that I'm painting I'll show you all my progress, sort of a glimpse of what's to come. So without further ado let's get crackin'. :)

Here's some examples of what I'll be painting.

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I would take a toothbrush for the splatter - so you get more plasticity. But maybe it is not detailed enough
 

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How do you cover the parts that you don`t want to be painted? Or can you remove the wings?
Usually when I use my airbrush I'll paint something like the wings before I glue them on but on this one I just used my airbrush to prime and do a base coat and that's it, the rest is all done by hand. I plan to detail each and every one of those feathers one by one.
 
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Here it is, it's not varnished yet and I still haven't decided whether or not to apply a light tonal wash to the wings yet. They need something... Maybe it's because their not as diseased as the rest of the figure. I also still need to work on the base too.

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Very nice - please more scruffy look of the sense. The wings I would paint grey-brown or just darken it. The head looks good.
 
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Very nice - please more scruffy look of the sense. The wings I would paint grey-brown or just darken it. The head looks good I think.
Actually the wings are grey-brown, their a mixture of Anthracite Grey and Heavy Charcoal then dry brushed with a strange slimy green color. Since the pictures I stippled on a green wash and it came out awesome looking.
 
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Actually the wings are grey-brown, their a mixture of Anthracite Grey and Heavy Charcoal then dry brushed with a strange slimy green color. Since the pictures I stippled on a green wash and it came out awesome looking.
dry brushed?