Over the past few years using Minimate decals, I have moved on from doing only the face and chest to doing almost every part of the Minimate body. I have only started using some of these new decal areas in the last month as I have been working on my new Minimate sticker kit. Some of the characters in this kit will have decals for their face, top of head, top of torso, chest, back, sides of torso, forearms, front thighs, side thighs, and shins! I have been working on getting these sized perfectly, and I thought it would be a good time to share a new template here for other decal designers to use.
Over the last few years, I have gotten a lot of questions and suggestions about paint masking, but I never actually tried it until this past weekend. And I might never have tried it...
Time for some more free decals! I have added 9 new decals to my gallery, including the full set of 5th Element customs, such as the lovely Leeloo pictured above. The other new decals...
Today’s post comes from Punisher on MMV, and it is definitely worth your time. I think he got some great results, and I am already planning on doing some paint washes when I have the time.
Hey all, it’s Punisher here again with another tutorial. This time, I am going to teach you how to apply paint washes to the more detailed sculpted minimates like the new Halo series. Let’s begin.
As you might have seen, I made a set of Fifth Element customs for CustomCon 27, including Korben Dallas, Leeloo, Zorg, and Diva blah, the star of this article. She was definitely the most challenging minimate in the set, and I took some pictures of her during her creation, so I could show you exactly how she was created.