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Primary Color Escapism - Head First Into Marvel Crisis Protocol

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Cabal, my First Roster - First Came MODOK

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Based upon a few miniatures from the core box, I decided to expand the Cabal and build a proper roster that will be able to face the Avengers (spoiler, this will be my second roster 😉 ). I gathered a list of Cabal members and assembled them with various levels of ease, greenstuff at the ready as i was with the core box miniatures.

Cabal, my First Roster - First Came MODOK
Cabal, my First Roster - First Came MODOK

I chose to paint MODOK fist as it seemed a rather easy and cartoonish miniature, which it turned out to be.

I painted MODOK mainly with a quad set of colors: gold – Metallic – Flesh and Light Brown, which I then washed with Reikland Flesh Shade Gloss, Nuln Oil Gloss – Reikland Flesh Shade and Agrax Earthshade respectively. Once the washes were dry, I dry brush the gold (mainly the Chair of Doom) with lighter gold then edge of chrome.

Cabal, my First Roster - First Came MODOK
Cabal, my First Roster - First Came MODOK

The suit was highlighted with a drybrush of chrome then copiously covered with Magos Purple contrast paint (GW) to give it the proper shiny purple color.

The face was by far the most challenging as several layers were necessary to emphasize the cartoonish look. Teeth were achieved with an ivory white, an 'Agrax' wash followed by the original ivory highlights.The face was by far the most challenging as several layers were necessary to emphasize the cartoonish look. Teeth were achieved with an ivory white, an 'Agrax' wash followed by the original ivory highlights.
The propulsion jet and smoke were quite more difficult than anticipated. I used white paint along with washes of fluorescent red/orange/yellow paints. Edges were painted grey over the red/orange layers.The propulsion jet and smoke were quite more difficult than anticipated. I used white paint along with washes of fluorescent red/orange/yellow paints. Edges were painted grey over the red/orange layers.

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