Painting Reaper Bones Ogre for D&D Part 1

I need an ogre and I need it fast! Let’s set the timer and speed paint this sucker!

REVIEW UPDATE: I did have a small issue with the Reaper Bones material and I didn’t think about until conferring with a few other painters. After priming the mini with spray primer it was a bit tacky. This is due to the oils in the soft plastic reacting with the chemicals in the spray can. This shouldn’t be a major issue, but I suggest you stick to acrylics to primer and paint the miniature. An airbrush with an acrylic primer would be ideal. Brush on primer doesn’t work that well since the plastic resists the first layer of primer or paint. After primer you can use standard acrylic paints, however stay away from enamel washes and paints. The plastic can cause enamel paint to remain extremely tacky for months or years afterwards or even never dry completely!

Doctor Faust’s Painting Clinic



Perspectives by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Post time: Apr-29-2017


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