Kingdom Death: Monster painting guide 2 – How to paint cold gold

Kingdom Death: Monster painting guide 2 – How to paint cold gold


hello and welcome back on my channel [Music] today we will continue the kingdom from Kingdom Death Master this tutorial I will show you how to paint golden ornaments of the armor I first want to use this glorious called from Vallejo game color mix with clear blue from earth color range cover the code and parts of the armor with this one on the whole meaning [Music] you as I don’t want to paint on the spear but you can see I always lay down my figure holding hand on the table and I dressed my brush holding hand on the figure holder or on the base this will reduce the trembling of my hand so I can paint more accurately [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] after I cover the growth parts is the based on I place the first shuttle for this I use the base bone and at the base of black food [Music] I paint the stone where the world faces to the ground or where the other cost of the figure has shadow on the [Music] [Music] you can see that my brush strokes are always directed from the lye surface to the darker white as a result the pigment of the dark at home we gather in the shadowed areas [Music] [Music] [Music] next I diluted samples a blue – based on this fancy and use this to strengthen the backbone be careful to use the grass the same way as before pushing the pigments to darkest areas [Music] you can also smooth in the transition of the light and the dark part by creating over the edges we discover [Music] [Music] if the blue is to matron apiece you can always correct it with the base stone as I did here under the shadow fudge [Music] [Music] you so we just define a highlight I use the Tom Mix from glory of God and we keep easier and please maximum contrast I put the skylights next to the dark areas and the peaks of the old Roman [Music] [Music] also try to follow the highlight form of the spheres to harmonize the lights on your armor keep in mind that every day there should have its own highlights I reward-based the fingers and the little rivets on the Armas you [Music] you [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] anymore – on the ground the face of the figure will always get more attention when somebody is looking at [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] you [Music] [Laughter] [Music] [Music] for the final highlights the use pure silver as we did for the steel armor use this only at the most shiny parts of the armor just like in the last episode now you can stop here but I recommend a few more optional set first made like a treatise is it black to achieve machine contrast on the model [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] if the black is too much somewhere you can correct the mistake with the previous time [Music] [Music] after the black you can apply an armored brown face here and there where you want the growth to look a bit firmer [Music] [Music] [Music] if you penis three you can always reach back for the previous stones to achieve more contrast now Ethan is the armor of the model in the next chapter we will continue with the mentor and the rest of the Queen’s month I would like to thank all of you for watching my videos if you like the content please give it a thumbs up or feel free to share if you have any questions put them in the comments below and I will try to answer them you can also find the link of my Facebook page and the Instagram in the description I [Music] would like to say a special thanks for valor who acrylics for the general supplies they provided me made the brush be with you

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  1. Well, Mr. Bertyak, you've got yourself a new fan. I am really impressed with your technique and am very much enjoying your tutorials. Discovering you was timely for me, as I am still newish, and struggling with true metalics. Are you thinning these at all before you apply them? I bought myself some Vallejo game color metalics and have been having a devil of a time controlling them. If I don't thin them, they seem hard to control and lay down on small details. If I thin them at all, they have horrible coverage, and I end up applying upwards of 4 or 5 coats to get a decent effect. Is there a trick to getting them to cover the way they seem to for you, or is it just a matter of learning better brush control with non-thinned metalics?

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