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Painting Dragons

I just finished painting my red and white dragons, so I decided to go back and touch up my blue, green, and black dragons with cooler wing designs.

The Red Dragon got a red, orange, and yellow wing design that I stamped with a sponge using black paint to give it a sort of “soot” pattern.

The White Dragon I used a variety of blues and whites then brushed them with a wet brush to blend.

My Blue Dragon only got a quick drybrush and seal coat of clear spraypaint. It is hard to see in the photo, but it has a silvery drybrush across the blue wings, as I couldn’t think of a good way to do an electricity effect.

The Black Dragon got new silvery wings that I stamped on a light black metallic paint to create a tarnished silver.

Lastly, my Green Dragon got a set of wings reminiscent of fallen leaves, that such a forest dragon might use to camouflage itself. I did it by putting lots of blotches of brown, yellow, and orange in many layers.

1 thought on “Painting Dragons

  1. Great work. They look awesome.


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