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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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Completing the Cabal

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The last members of my Cabal list will not be detailed as the previous ones were mostly because I painted them one after the other, momentarily omitting to take detailed step-by-step shots. Nevertheless, I will highlight my painting approach for  each of them below the photographs.

Bullseye was rather straightforward and encourages the use of contrast paints followed by highlights.Bullseye was rather straightforward and encourages the use of contrast paints followed by highlights.
The rubbles are  (clean) cat litter...The rubbles are (clean) cat litter...
Mystique was rather fun to paint as the skin offers a good opportunity to build up a subtle contrast. For teh white, I used GW contrast white and applied several layers of pure white to bring the dress back to a descent shine. Mystique was rather fun to paint as the skin offers a good opportunity to build up a subtle contrast. For teh white, I used GW contrast white and applied several layers of pure white to bring the dress back to a descent shine.
Mind handling the gun as this is by far the most fragile part of the miniature.Mind handling the gun as this is by far the most fragile part of the miniature.
Baron Mordo was the most complex miniature of this Cabal list and, while I am not totally happy with the magic discs effect, I called it 'done' so as to be able to move the project forward. Baron Mordo was the most complex miniature of this Cabal list and, while I am not totally happy with the magic discs effect, I called it 'done' so as to be able to move the project forward.
I love the dynamic pause of the miniature. One will have to handle it with care on the table.I love the dynamic pause of the miniature. One will have to handle it with care on the table.
Loki was rathe straight forward for whoever has painted a fantasy wizard... I went with different shades of gold for the armor, staff and helmet and am rather satisfied with the result.Loki was rathe straight forward for whoever has painted a fantasy wizard... I went with different shades of gold for the armor, staff and helmet and am rather satisfied with the result.
The energy wave needs some greenstuff TLC IMHO. The energy wave needs some greenstuff TLC IMHO.

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2022-08-09 Your project has been visited by the unofficial Hobby Hangout. Huzza!

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