A friend of mine is the owner of a website called Worlds Greatest Superheroes which is a website for Mego action figure collectors. There are custom figures and parts to customize your figures for sale. There is also an ebay store! Mego, is a brand of large action figures that were especially popular in the 70's and 80's. There is a pretty big community for Mego collectors and there is a great artistic side of it as well. There are people who really get into it by painting e
I can't believe that it has been about a year and a half since I wrote the other tutorial about Gray/ Purple zombie skin tone. Time goes by so quickly! I was working on some "shelf of shame" minis of my own in between commissions and decided to work on finishing these Red Box Games zombies. I was more than half way through on this mini before I realized that I had planned to write this tutorial a while back.
In case you missed it, here is the Gray/ Purple zombie Skintone tut
Recently when painting my Mummy bust from Black Heart Models , I knew that I wanted to do something with the eyes that I have never done before which was "dead eyes". According to everyone who has seen it and matching up with reference photos, I am happy to say that my attempt went well. With that said, I figured that I would share what I did with all of you and took the time to create this tutorial. I zenithal primed the mummy, which shows on the eyes as well. If you are u
I put this tutorial together some time ago, but since a couple of people asked me about it, I figured it would be a good idea to put it on the website to make it easy to find. This tutorial was originally on the Metalhead Minis Facebook Page and it takes a while to scroll through the posts and photos to find it. Some of you might not have seen this yet and thats great too. This tutorial shows you a quick and easy table top painted wooden shield. The model used is Arena Rex,
There are different zombie skintones that we see in places such comics, movies, and TV. Some are bright colored with greens, blues and purples (which I might do a tutorial on at a later time) and there are some zombie skintones with different grays (I.E.- green- gray or purple-gray). In this tutorial, I will be going over purple/ gray zombie skin. One reason, is so that I can explore a different part of the Vallejo- Nocturna Malefic flesh skintone paint set, another reason