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The Creature. 03 Jan 2017 16:14 #1

This is my pull off the shelf model for the week.

I built this a while ago and set him on his side instead of the upright pose intended. It's the Polar Lights or Moebius release of the old kit.

I added the moving weeds to hide the metal support and added some to his arms to tie it together.

I didn't want to paint this in color, so I'm messing around with a monochromatic scheme as seen in the film underwater with the light rays playing on the surface.

This is only the beginning, mostly painted the torso and thighs after the initial ABing of the four shades of grey. The light is straight on, the heavy shadows are painted on, not from the photo.


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Let me know what you think.
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The Creature. 03 Jan 2017 16:54 #2

I was wondering if this was going to surface after seeing it sitting in the background in another pic.

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The Creature. 09 Feb 2017 16:47 #3

I'm on a tear, since I had the black and white out for the Munsters, I grabbed the Creature:


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The Creature. 09 Feb 2017 17:47 #4

Really like the rippled light effects! :thumbsup
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The Creature. 09 Feb 2017 21:56 #5

You've got a knack for this stuff bud!
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The Creature. 10 Feb 2017 02:22 #6

:thumbsup
The watery light effects are really nice and I like the way you have gone with the Black & White look.
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