Batman Arkham Miniature Painting Tutorial [SUB ENG] (Knight Models)

Batman Arkham Miniature Painting Tutorial [SUB ENG] (Knight Models)


Hello everybody and welcome to this new video!
It’s time to continue the trilogy about Batman miniature by Knight Models
with a painting tutorial. If you wanna see some HD pictures of the miniature,
go to the descriprion below and click the link to my website:
here you can find some HD photos of Batman. Before the tutorial, you can see the palette
you need for painting Batman and then the tutorial starts!
See you at the end of the video Let’s start with the cloak:
create a base with Macragge Blue and Abbadon Black and paint the entire cloak. Let’s start with the cloak:
create a base with Macragge Blue and Abbadon Black and paint the entire cloak. Let’s start with the cloak:
create a base with Macragge Blue and Abbadon Black and paint the entire cloak. Let’s start with the cloak:
create a base with Macragge Blue and Abbadon Black and paint the entire cloak. Then we paint the shadows adding Abbadon Black
to the base colour, ’till we have pure black. . You have to paint from the top to the bottom;
the colour must be a glaze. Then we add some lights to the cloak adding
Macragge Blue to the base colour, ’till the pure blue. Then we add some lights to the cloak adding
Macragge Blue to the base colour, ’till the pure blue. To enlighten, you have to add a very little amount of White Scar, moving the brush and
the colour to the higest zones, where the light hits the cloak. To enlighten, you have to add a very little amount of White Scar, moving the brush and
the colour to the higest zones, where the light hits the cloak To enlighten, you have to add a very little amount of White Scar, moving the brush and
the colour to the higest zones, where the light hits the cloak Now we paint the body.
I’ve created a cold grey mixing Macragge, Abbadon and White Scar. For the shadows, you
have to add Abbadon Black (always going from the top to the bottom); you should try to
reach the pure black in the darkest parts. To enlighten we have to add White Scar to
the base colour, going from the bottom to the top.
Be careful: don’t elighten dark parts with a too bright colour! To enlighten we have to add White Scar to
the base colour, going from the bottom to the top.
Be careful: don’t elighten dark parts with a too bright colour! To enlighten we have to add White Scar to
the base colour, going from the bottom to the top.
Be careful: don’t elighten dark parts with a too bright colour! For the belt you have to mix Castellan Green and Yryel Yellow: for the shadows, I’ve added green (before) and black (then).
For the lights I’ve added yellow (before) and white (then), always using glazes. For the belt you have to mix Castellan Green and Yryel Yellow: for the shadows, I’ve added green (before) and black (then).
For the lights I’ve added yellow (before) and white (then), always using glazes. For the belt you have to mix Castellan Green and Yryel Yellow: for the shadows, I’ve added green (before) and black (then).
For the lights I’ve added yellow (before) and white (then), always using glazes. Now let’s see how to paint the gloves, the
boots and the Batarang.
First you have to paint this areas with Abbadon
Black, then we create a medium grey mixing black and White Scar. With the pure white, we paint the extreme edges of this parts. The light hits this zones in a particular way: with this process, we have done a very
dark NMM (non-metallic-metal) as you can see on this part of Batman. We finish with the flesh.
For the base we use Cadian Fleshtone; for the shadows we add a very little amount of
blue (so we have very cold shadows). To enlighten we do some glazes with Ushabti
Bone, adding white. At the end we use Agrax Earthshade to level the flesh colour (but
maybe we could have to paint again the brightest parts). We finish with the base!
I’ve used a texture colour by GW (one or the other): then I’ve painted it two times with
a very diluited Abbadon Black. To simulate a dirty asphalt, I’ve used Agrax,
Athonian Camoshade and Nuln Oil. Now the
miniature is ready to play! Well! The tutorial ends here. Remember to
visit my website, where you can find some HD photos of the miniature.
See you for the next video (a final review), leave a comment and click “Like” down here
and on my FB page “La Vipera sul Tubo”. Greetings from pinovipera and see you next
time! Ciao!

9 Comments

  • CPN1916 says:

    Grande Pino ! ottimo risultato

  • La Vipera sul Tubo - Nerd Channel says:

    grazie mille 😉 prossimamente farò Joker 😉

  • tiziano ti says:

    Ciao sono interessato a comprare un modellino di batman. Mi potresti dire dove posso trovarlo. Sono di Roma.
    Grazie mille 🙂

  • La Vipera sul Tubo - Nerd Channel says:

    Ciao! Se vuoi acquistare direttamente dal sito, ti basta cercare Knight Models (non posso mettere link nei commenti) altrimenti ci sono anche negozi come Wayland Games e Firestorm Games dove potrai anche risparmiare qualcosa 🙂 (ad esempio io ho preso batman e joker da Firestorm Games 😉

  • aldo montaruli says:

    non potrebbe tornarti utile una piccola morsa?

  • La Vipera sul Tubo - Nerd Channel says:

    sì sì infatti devo procurarmela quanto prima… qualche consiglio su dove potrei prenderne una di buona qualità? 🙂

  • La Vipera sul Tubo - Nerd Channel says:

    Prima di tutto grazie! 🙂 è bellissimo pensare che con YouTube si trovino italiani dall'altra parte del mondo 😀 grazie per la fiducia: sono in arrivo nuovi unboxing e tutorial proprio di batman!

  • La Vipera sul Tubo - Nerd Channel says:

    Allora io sto costruendo alcuni edifici con i materiali che reperisco qui (pannelli di schiuma isolante, cartone, ecc) poi sto utilizzando dei modellini di automobili che sono in scala e qualche altro piccolo elemento come lampioni, statue, ecc… se vuoi sapere come fare dei lampioni in modo rapido vai sulla mia pagina FB (la vipera sul tubo); comunque iscriviti anche al gruppo Arkham City Limits su FB, troverai un sacco di appassionati! 😉

  • Fabrizio schiraga says:

    Complimenti ottimo video Tutorial
    http://bottegamoderna.blogspot.de/2013/11/batman-arkham-miniature-painting.html

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