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Primary Color Escapism - Head First Into Marvel Crisis Protocol

Primary Color Escapism - Head First Into Marvel Crisis Protocol

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MCP Core Box Heroes

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The MCP core box offers a solid line up of heroes and villains (depending upon which side you are one, the roles may be reversed 😉 ). I had a great time time painting thee heroes once I got over the hurdle of assembling and prepping them for priming, which quite frankly would place them, in my humble opinion, beyond the reach of strict beginners. A good set of tools (clippers, mold removers, hobby knife) and green stuff are your friends. Also, while it may be tempting to crate masterpieces of comic book art for each heroes, keep in mind people will see them from a distance and that the goal is (at least for me) to play the game sooner than later.

Cap was quite easy to assemble (no pun intended) but required a bit of filling at the shoulders and rear end level.

Painting  was pretty straight forward as, with mainly primary colors. The shield is the only tricky part and I will let the several great videos teach you how to address it (for example Sorastro's).Painting was pretty straight forward as, with mainly primary colors. The shield is the only tricky part and I will let the several great videos teach you how to address it (for example Sorastro's).
MCP Core Box Heroes

The Black Widow is very straight forward but needs a little greenstuff to provide a smooth suit aspect.

I suggest going with traditional Black Widow sporting a black suit, highlighted with medium gray (use a makeup brush for smooth finish) followed by a wash of dark blue.I suggest going with traditional Black Widow sporting a black suit, highlighted with medium gray (use a makeup brush for smooth finish) followed by a wash of dark blue.
MCP Core Box Heroes

Captain Marvel has one of my favorite pauses and requires little greenstuff adjustment thanks to a well placed sash.

Primary colors here, complemented with energy-filled fists and glowing eyes. I had fun with the fists and made an attempt at reflecting the energy on the suit.Primary colors here, complemented with energy-filled fists and glowing eyes. I had fun with the fists and made an attempt at reflecting the energy on the suit.

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