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    Funko Pop Painting

    I've been on a Cthulhu kick lately. Just finished the black one today.








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    Did you mold that one yourself?

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    Re: Funko Pop Painting

    No, the figure is made by Funko from their Pop line.

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    The drab green on the left is the original.

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    I love it. Did you prime it first and then just use acrylics?

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    Thanks! Yes, I disassemble, prime and then paint with acrylics.

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    Re: Funko Pop Painting

    Nice detail work!

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    Re: Funko Pop Painting

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    Nice detail work!
    Thanks! Lotsa dots!

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    Re: Funko Pop Painting

    #3 under way.


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    Just need to apply a gloss coat and reassemble.

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    Do you do all of those designs freehand (like the 6 pointed star on the left side of the face with the different patterns and the different colors/textures), or do you plat them first, and then paint them, and fill them in?

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    Re: Funko Pop Painting

    It's almost all freehand. I tried using stencils on the diamonds, but the paint tends to flow under them requiring cleanup work. Otherwise, everything else is just free-form and made up as I go.

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    I wish I had the skill in visualizing in order to do that.

    I know a big part of it is learning basic proportions, something I have the worst skill in, but even when i try, I can never pull that sort of work off - with even a pencil.

    I had a girlfriend years ago who used to freehand paint with watercolors. Single pass-throughs, and she would make a rose look like a rose on bible paper. I don't understand where that sort of thing is learned, but I want it.

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