How To Paint Ironjawz Orruk Armor With Contrast Paints. 用對比漆畫Ironjawz獸人的盔甲。

How To Paint Ironjawz Orruk Armor With Contrast Paints. 用對比漆畫Ironjawz獸人的盔甲。


hey folks what’s up thanks for checking
out I Suck At painting. today I’m gonna finish up this Ironjawz Orruk contrast
paint request by Keith and do the armor and the weapons and all the crap and get
them glued up so make sure you stick around to the end and see him all
finished and let me know what you think of all contrast paint on Orks. (Drum and Bass music playing) okay so in finishing up this armor we’re
going to do like the boxart has some parts of yellow and some parts are that
black with the blue edge highlights so I think we should start with the black
parts first I thought it’d be easier to clean up and this is going to be done in
the same way that we did the fingernails so we’re going to do this Akeley in
green first I’m going to put this all over the parts that we want to be dark
black in the end so I’ll do some of these and I’ll finish the rest off
off-camera because once we do one part it’s just doing the same thing over and
over again so just like fingernails we’re just putting this on lightly to
tint and then we will go over with the black okay so what’s the Akeley green
done now the next step is to cover all of those areas with black Templar and
this also is then down half and half with the contrast medium but this one
we’re gonna put on just like we would put on any regular contrast paint I’m
just going to put it on thick and let it do its thing so I will go around and do all these and
come back when these are done as well I’ll move on to the yellow sections all
right now our black is all dried up can you kind of see what we got going on
here almost piece d black and it’s pulled away from the high points leaving
that blue and I mean it’s not as sharp as what they have on the box art but for
using only contrast paint I think it’s pretty cool so we’re going to move on to
the yellow parts of the armor next and for this we’re going to go to different
colors and there’s two two brushes here and this one I have I and in yellow this
is mixed fifty-fifty with contrast medium and in this one I have master egg
yellow one part skeleton hard one part and contrast medium one part so the cool
parts of that and what we’re going to do is the and in yellow we’re gonna do on
all the top facing parts and the master egg skeleton hard rims around the
downward facing parts so this is just doing one thick coat contrast up and
just hitting all the yellow armor nice and thick I’ll go around and do all
that and come back when that’s done ok our armor stopped dry since this is an
experiment it kind of didn’t know exactly what to do and what’s going to
happen if I was doing this again I probably would maybe thin out the hand
in yellow a little bit more it came out a little bit darker than I had hoped but
that’s okay so next we’re going to move on to doing straps and belts and the
wood part of this weapon I’m going to use gorgrond Ophir for this if you want
to use like wild wood for the handle that’s cool so we’re going to be doing
like these straps here is belt straps on his boots straps on his chest piece and
a little fundamental bits that will go on this this shoulder pad and we’re just
gonna go full strength with this and I like the gorg round of fur for the
wood I know a lot of people are crazy about the wild wood that’s also cool too but I feel like we’re gonna fur and plus
using it in more than one place is gonna make it a little more uniform type kind
of tie it all together so go ahead and do these and come back in a bit all
right now on to the last remaining bits which is pretty much just a wraps boots
the blade of the weapon and some bone parts there’s only a couple bone parts
one designs chest piece other part is on this little decoration that goes on his
shoulder pad and we’re just gonna hit that with skeleton hard little strengths
super easy I’ll be back okay so I was originally going to do
these straps or bindings or whatever on his weapon and his arms with snakebite
leather but I kind of changed my mind I thought it might be a little too say me
with the weapon handle so I went ahead and did those with the skeleton horde
also so our next thing to do is going to be the shoes and boots whatever and
we’re gonna do those with the snakebite leather you know we’re just going out of
the pot at full strength just let it do its thing okay so I
forgot about the bag on his back here so I went ahead and hit that with the
snakebite leather also so it looks like the only thing we have left to do is the
weapon blades and this little mask here so oh and a little spike on his chest
plate so I think we’re gonna try the Stila kanima gray for this one not
really sure if this is gonna work or not but we’ll give it a try I’m gonna go for
a big brush for this maybe a flat I’m just going to use oh just this crappy
brush and we’re gonna go straight I guess and this is a cap brush so we’ll
try just putting this on here see what happens not sure what its gonna do but they find
out now one thing I did notice in this experiment is its contrast paint does
not really like pretty well with this mr. hobby primer I use it because it’s
readily available in my part that kind of my part of the world it’s very very
common here it’s easy to get so that’s why I use it and it is very very smooth
I’ll give it that so if you use the mr. hobby
mr. color mr. finisher mr. whatever primer I would suggest probably giving
it a good varnish after you prime because it is a little beard just write
down the primer kind of pulls pulls back I think it’s better just get the spider shopping higher now when it dries it
might look terrible who knows we’ll see we also got this little face
mask thing my terrible decision Oh and who is a little sword that’s it will
let it dry and I will put this go together blew them up you can take a
look at this experiment so I’ll be right back all right so here’s our man’s I’ll
finished off rude up at a sink you’ve turned out okay especially considering
it’s only contrast paint and if I was to do this you know just on my own and that
as an experiment I would be using some regular paints as well I think the only
parts I’m really not happy with it the boots I hate painting boots anyway but
yeah again big thanks to Keith for requesting the
iron Jose Eric’s with on the contrast paints if you guys have any suggestions
or any things that you would have done differently definitely put them down in
the comments below if you didn’t see the skin part of this little series I’ll
link to it again in the description and in the endcard
at the end of the video and if you want to see any other experiments with other
guys using only contrast paints definitely
let me know that too so I hope you found this interesting I thought I thought it
was pretty interesting I think it turned out ok so if you did please feel free to
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tell uncle Paul

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