Little One Eye Monster

By maulous on Sep 26, 2019

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This is a remake of a 5" quad I did 6 months ago for another company. Now it sits on this little beast for a friend.

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Spud Nick   Oct 01, 2019  

What paint did you use and how many coats did you put on it? Was there anything else you did in the painting process to make it look so badass?

maulous   Oct 02, 2019 
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For this POD. Dulux paint primer. Then a Matt black. When dryed used Dulux matalic blue with a close spary on front and top fins. Just before dry use a top coat gloss. This sort of blends the blue black together with a shine.

Spud Nick   Oct 02, 2019 

OMG Thank you so much for the details.

Noboody   Sep 26, 2019  

Absolutely gorgeous !
How are you modeling all these smooth surfaces ?

maulous   Sep 26, 2019 
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Slow prints, sandpaper, and a good paint job.

kwadkenstine   Sep 26, 2019 

WHAT , DOO ACTUAL WORK ,

kwadkenstine   Sep 26, 2019  

coool print

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