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Mr. Black Publications - Scale Modelling Manual 3 - Painting Female Fantasy Figures

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Mr. Black Publications - Scale Modelling Manual 3


This is the third Manual in our new series about Scale Modelling where our aim is to concentrate a lot of information about painting and general modelling techniques for all modelers at a competitive retail price.


Each of our manuals covers a specific topic in detail, while offering lots of different approaches and techniques and, in most cases, written by one author. The content is carefully selected and presented so that readers should find something new to try and to add to their own techniques.


Featured in each book are high quality photos and a detailed text that the reader can easily follow the progressive assembly steps and the painting sequence for each theme, which help to adopt these new modelling techniques and different approaches.


In our previous editions the length of each theme was limited due to the number of pages taken for other content, but now there are no such limitations where everything is presented in a most detailed and explanatory way so there will be no omissions or unanswered questions.


Depending on the theme and content, real painted color chips of the hues and mixes will be added with information on how to use them.


This series will feature various modelling aspects from Historic and Fantasy, Scale Models, Dioramas, Vignettes, Figures, Busts, Techniques and History.


In this third issue Master Artist Christos Katselos explains in detail how he painted Journeyman Miniatures’ Female Morrigan figure. “The Morrigan, Goddess of War, Fate and Death” is a full figure that comes with a detail scenic base and a lot of extra accessories in 1/24th scale (75mm). As the figure is fantasy modellers can paint it using any color palette they wish to.


The artist used the airbrush for making a black and white sketch followed by paintbrushes to get the most from each tool. The 55 detailed step-by-step photographs with explanatory captions form the larger part of a total of 60 illustrations revealing all the secrets on how the flesh was painted with a cold hue, hair, clothes, ravens, stones, metals and all the details included in the kit. A total of 38 different acrylic paints were used; seven are liquid pigments and one metallic, from four acrylic series… Lifecolor, Vallejo Model Color, Scale75 and Kimera Kolors, with the real color painted chips included at the end of the article. Also, he used two different primers to sketch; Badger for black and Lifecolor for white.


We must thank the following for their help: Vallejo Acrylics (Alex Vallejo and Jaume Ortiz), Scale75 (Jose Mendez), Kimera Kolors (Luca Marchetti and Pietro Balloni), Lifecolors (Alessandro Balbo and Rolando Iezzi) and Yannis Papadopoulos. Last, but not least, thanks must go to our English Text Editor Ken Jones.

Editor / Publisher
Stelios Demiras

CONTENTS
4 The Morrigan, Goddess of War, Fate and Death
How to Paint a Female Fantasy Figure in Exquisite
Detail with Acrylics and Liquid Pigments


17 Painted Colour Chips Used by the Author Christos Katselos
for Painting the Journeyman Miniatures “Morrigan, Goddess
of War, Fate and Death” in 1/24th scale (75mm)


A4 FORMAT
24 PAGES



Back COVER TEXT
Master Artist Christos Katselos explains in exquisite detail how he painted Journeyman Miniatures’ “Morrigan, Goddess of War, Fate and Death” in 1/24th scale. The artist used a combination of 38 hues from four acrylic paint series to get the best of each shade. This manual has a total of 60 illustrations, 55 of which are detailed Step-By-Step photographs with explanatory captions revealing all the secrets of how the author painted the flesh, hair, fabrics, metals, using classic metallic colors and Non-Metallic Metal techniques, the helmet, shield, candles, skulls, ravens and the stone throne. The artist used a total of 38 acrylic paints and two primers referring to the real color painted chips included at the end of the article.