Vinyl customs: Pollen Kaiser

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  1. computerhair415

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    So I painted up some vinyl. I havent painted on much vinyl (mostly resin). So here they are. I haven't clear coated them yet. What cha think?

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    Your use of color is great. I love it especially on the Hedo, and the "directional" sprays are rad. It kinda reminds me of Biskup's color combinations on some toys.

    I'm not sure I like the overall color on the clear purple deathra(I think it's mostly the vinyl color), but the wings do look great. The fades from yellow/cream to clear purple have an interesting effect too.
     
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    I'm pretty much on the same page as David, but I think I like the color scheme on the Deathra a bit better. The Hedo is the show-stealer, though- great colors and application that make him look rather vintage. Nice job overall, Bryan!
     
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    Thank you guys! Im loving my new airbrush! The clear purple Deathra was the only color I had a extra of. The colors pop really hard in person. I didn't put any clear coat on these. Im hoping that when I clear coat the Deathra, the clear purple will pop out as much as the spray. Im really happy with the Hedo. That guy was screaming for directional sprays. The Killer J was fun to paint because of all the little things going on in the sculpt. I dyed a clear one red than painted it.
     
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    really dig that hedo. the colors and spray pattern are great.
     
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    Nice work :) I think Deathra is my fav as well, but these are all great! What paint are you using? Having any trouble making the transition from painting resin to the vinyl surface?
     
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    I like how most of your stuff brings focus to the eyes first.

    Also have to say that for the most part when I see people trying vinyl for the first time they tend to overpower the figure itself with their painting style but you managed to leave the figure/sculpt very prominent and let your work seem like the background as opposed to taking center stage. I dig that.
     
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    Thanks guys!

    I used Monster Kolor. I like their paints on resin a lot. Resin just soaks it in Its a little different on vinyl, you have to be more careful. Vinyl can scratch easy if there is no clear coat. It was fun painting on vinyl though. Im definitely looking at all my unpainted vinyl differently now :twisted:
     
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    I got a lot of vinyl you can practice on. :D
    These are excellent Bryan!
     
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    Thanks man! I feel like the sculpt should take center stage. The paint just helps bring more of the sculpt alive. Im usually painting things that have alot of texture, they are easier to paint in my opinion. Painting the deathra was the hardest out of the three even though its the simplest paint job.

    Hell yeah! Let me know, Im down. Practice makes perfect
     
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    Looks damn good...almost ceramic-like.
     
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    Great work, Bryan! I love how you focused on the "Pollen" aspect, and went above and beyond with the bees and honey. Love the look of the alien head*- nice colors, so creamy!

    *The quasi-steer skull thing, which I have regarded throughout my own work on the toy as its own entity, in a parasitic or symbiotic relationship with the rest of the creature.
     
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    Thank you guys!

    I like the way you put that. The bees AKA "Drone's" are spreading the Death Pollen for their Pollen Kaiser. I would like to think that the Pollen Kaiser and the bees are more symbiotic, and more parasitic to everyone else. :twisted:
     

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