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PostPosted: January 26th, 2018, 10:23 pm 
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That's one serious looking furball.


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Looking good. Some whiskers would finish him, or her, off nicely. :)

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Evil looking beast. I don't like the gleam in its eyes!

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Clashcityrocker wrote:
Looking good. Some whiskers would finish him, or her, off nicely. :)

Nigel

I thought of adding some whiskers, but none of the Monster Scenes artwork shows the cat as having them. I suspect Dr. Deadly singed them off in one of his nefarious experiments...

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The cat’s cage was sprayed with Tamiya IJN Sasebo Arsenal Grey (XF-77). To vary the surface a bit I also hit it with slightly lighter Tamiya Neutral Grey (XF-53) highlights in an airbrushed cloud pattern. Unfortunately, this color variation proved to be so subtle it wasn’t even visible!

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Oh, well. I tried it again adding a similar cloud pattern with darker Tamiya German Grey (XF-63) shadows.

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This worked better, but I wonder if it will even make a difference once the weathering effects are applied..?


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And now... Rust!

After wetting the entire cage with paint thinner, I applied exaggerated rust effects using Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, and Burnt Sienna Winsor & Newton artist’s oils.

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Dr. Deadly may have been an evil genius, but he clearly wasn’t much for maintenance!


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Very effective rusting; nicely done

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Awaiting his fate in Dr. Deadly’s dank laboratory...

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our caged cat is definitely NOT happy–

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...but perhaps a poorly secured door will be his chance at freedom...!

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Excellent work on the cage but keep the door locked. We don't want that thing loose.

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Excellent work, the cage looks amazing!. :grin:

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Looking good. Some whiskers would finish him, or her, off nicely. :) Nigel


Would you want to try finding out?.. :lol: :lol:

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Man, that is insanely good! I love the glint in the eye

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Cracking work on those eyes, giving me the creeps.

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And the feral feline is once again on the loose..!
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I've had cats like that.

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I've had cats like that.

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