Monday, November 17, 2003

Reaper's Elbreth Eveningstar - 2618




Oh no! Party getting eaten by big purple monster. Don't worry...

It's a bird, it's a plane...

No - it's SuperElf!!

Oh seriously, I was originally thinking of something borish like brown or green and then it hit me - it's an elf - I can paint it any color I want! All I need now is an S on the cape! There are two front scans - the lewd colors cause all sorts of problems with the scanner optimzation coding, so the first scan is with lighten midtones turned on. The second is the standard / normal scan.

Painting Instructions for Reaper Miniature's Elbreth Eveningstar:
Step 01: Undercoat model with chaos black primer
Step 02: Use Golden Yellow on cloak
Step 03: Use Sunburst Yellow on cloak
Step 04: Use Bad Moon Yellow on cloak
Step 05: Use mix of Skull White and Bad Moon Yellow on cloak
Step 06: Use Ged Gore on boots and gloves
Step 07: Use Blood Red on boots and gloves
Step 08: Use mix of Blazing Orange and Blood Red on boots and gloves
Step 09: Use Regal Blue on shirt and pants
Step 10: Use Ultramarines Blue on shirt and pants
Step 11: Use Lighting Blue on shirt and pants
Step 12: Use Ice Blue on shirt and pants
Step 13: Use Scorched Brown on fur
Step 14: Use Bestial Brown on fur
Step 15: Use Snakebite Leather on fur
Step 16: Use Bubonic Brown on fur
Step 17: Use Boltgun Metal on swords
Step 18: Use Chainmail on swords
Step 19: Use Mithril Silver on swords
Step 20: Use Bronzed Flesh on face
Step 21: Use Elf Flesh on face
Step 22: Use Pallid Flesh on face
Step 23: Use Codex Grey on rocks
Step 24: Use Fortress Grey on rocks
Step 25: Use Skull White on rocks
Step 26: Use Goblin Green on base grass
Step 27: Use Camo Green on base grass

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