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 Post subject: Jesse Steele, from the Secret of Other World
PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 11:35 am 
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I made these for a friend, Author of the named book.

I give you Jesse Steele, and the Shadow Knight ...

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Jesse:
Hair: BF Maverick hair

Shadow Knight:
Armor padding: modded BF pauldrons
Utility belt: BF banolier, BF ammo pouch, and BF Throwing star
Helmet: modded Ninja hood

They're not perfect, but I ran out of printer ink so the medallion will stay as is, and the flannel jacket.
Enjoy,
mC

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 Post subject: Re: Jesse Steele, from the Secret of Other World
PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 1:37 pm 
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Cool MC!! Are those "segmented" pauldrons that you modified? The jacket looks like it's made out of paper that was stiffened somehow. What did you use on the Shadow Knight's face to make it look that color?

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 Post subject: Re: Jesse Steele, from the Secret of Other World
PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 6:15 pm 
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Thanks!

Shadow Knight's face: I used a piece of white velum (like transclear stiff tracing paper), and painted a single layer of thin green wash over it. I didn't glue it, so that it can be removed. The velum was held in place over the head, while I slipped on the ninja hood.
Jacket: is that printable fabric, that comes on paper. I painted it, cut it out, and then folded the front over to make it look like the jacket opening. I only glued down the front, the rest is 'free flowing'.
Pauldrons: are the soft pauldrons, cut to the overall shape; then I pressed down the 'segment' lines, did a thin black wash over the whole piece. I used an xacto to cut a lite line between the sections; then painted the silver, and when it was almost dry added water to the black sections ... which caused a little running and smoothed the lines some. After it dried I used a thin black india ink pen to recreate the divisions, giving it a 'segmented - padded' look.

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