Continued adventures into airbrushing. Used preshading for the primer coat again, but used Vellejo’s transparent blue versus an ink like the Zuyong. Playing around with the gloss shades from GW and pigment powders for some weathering on the legs. I like how this came out, it is actually weathered and it doesn’t go overboard like some of my poor poor Tamiya tank kits.
This is my first attempt at pre-shading using the primer and airbrush. I think it came out really good. From looking at the pictures the shaded colors look much darker than normal because the light source of my photobox is directly above the mini. This sculpt really makes me appreciate Infinity mini’s so much. There are so many intricate details filling the model.
(Updated for the Fourth time with brighter pictures in photobox)
With this final mini my Xeodron Haris is complete (not that i really know what that means). This was the mini that made me REALLY want to start collecting Combined Army. I do like the ghostly/smokey effect of this guy’s sculpt. I am planning on really learning how to play Infinity past the first couple of missions from Operation Icestorm after painting up a bunch more minis. I like the design and appearance of the Infinity miniatures I dove right in and got a bunch of minis from a load of factions. Being primarily a Painter/model maker I don’t mind too much not knowing how to play initially.
The first mini I painted up for my future Combined Army. The two Xeodron Batroid TAGs are such an impressive mini. I love the bio-organic creature aspect of them. I tried a couple new things with these minis. My first time trying to do black armor, my first attempt to make a thematic/Alien base, and first time varnishing a mini at all. I really enjoy how it turned out, but i could always do with some critique!