So I was painting a mask for my secondary self moc…
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This was my first and, currently, only painted mask. I wanted a Mata brown Matatu for my self MOC but couldn’t find any misprinted ones, so I resorted to spray painting. I’m not too big on the resulting product.
given how i now have four hunter masks and four MoCo… what is your guys suggestion on painting them?
Ive always wanted to paint a kraahkan black
Anyho, not Bionicle, not even really a mask. But here it is.
(The head and helmet are both painted)
do anyone have any tips on painting masks?
like i have allready said, i want some tips on how to paint Bionicle Masks, because im planning on painting the three Hunter Masks of my three new Umarak sets.
What kind of tips?
Like what stuff i need to paint masks. I have sprayed the Hunter Masks so that i can paint them tomorrow.
For example, is it ok to use oil paint on then? Because that is the paint im planing to use.
Its to light not dark enough
ok, here is what one of the Hunter masks looks like with white oil paint:
I really do need tips, because i want to make it better than it is now.
I would add detailing.
Its not finished, im planning on painting blue stripes on some of the “cracks” in the mask.
the tips i want are:
What spray should i use?
is oil paint a good choise in painting (im gueesing not given how bad the mask looks in the image which makes it look like it was made of clay)
see, thats the tips i want, because i have never tried to paint a mask before and i don’t want to screw up and ruin the masks i have.
First, I would experiment with HF helmets. Second, I would draw the design I want on a peice of paper. Third, paint the inside. Let it dry for a couple hours. Then pain the outside. Fourth, add detailing. I use Model Master paint.
just so you know, the spray i mention is base paint, the one i used was grey (because its the only one i have)
I personally love what you did with the hunter mask.
but what should i do to prevent it from having all of those brush marks?
Paint one direction
Try modeling paint