With the release of two new garage kits from Good Smile Company, we have decided to show you how to paint a garage kit figure!
How To Paint Your Garage Kit Figure?
-Prepping The Figure
-Painting The Figure
The first thing you’ll need to do is sketch out your design. This can be done with a simple pencil and paper, or you can use a more sophisticated program like Photoshop. If you’re not too confident in your sketching skills, don’t worry – there are plenty of online tutorials that can help you out.
Once you have your sketch ready, it’s time to start gathering the materials you’ll need for painting. Make sure you have all the right brushes, paints, and other supplies before starting – this will save you a lot of frustration later on.
Whether you’re a first time garage kit figure painter or a seasoned pro, there are a few things you’ll need to do in order to get started. First, you’ll need to gather your supplies. You’ll need paint, brushes, and a surface to paint on. I recommend using a primed figure for best results. Once you have your supplies gathered, it’s time to prep your figure for painting.
Start by sketching out your design on your figure. This will help you plan where you want your colors to go and give you a guide to follow when painting. Once you’re happy with your design, it’s time to start painting! Begin by painting the lightest colors first and working your way up to the darkest colors. This will help prevent any accidental smudging.
Once you’ve finished painting, it’s time for the finishing touches! Add any decals or stickers that you want, and then seal your figure with a clear coat of paint to protect your work. And that’s it! You’ve now successfully painted your garage kit figure.
If you’re painting your garage kit figure for the first time, you’ll need to start with the base colors. These are the colors that will cover the majority of the figure, and they’ll be the foundation for the other colors you’ll add later. Choose a light color and a dark color for your base colors. You can use any type of paint you want, but we recommend using acrylic paint because it’s easy to work with and it dries quickly.
Once you’ve chosen your base colors, it’s time to start painting! Begin by painting the light color all over the figure. Once that’s dry, paint the dark color in areas where you want shadows or darker colors. You can also mix the two colors together to create different shades. Experiment and have fun!
After you’re finished with the base colors, you can start adding other colors to create different effects. Use a thinner brush for this so you can be more precise. Have fun and be creative!
One of the most important aspects of painting your garage kit figure is choosing the right colors. You want to make sure that the colors you choose compliment each other and create a cohesive look. There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing colors:
-The first thing you need to do is decide what kind of mood you want to create with your figure. Do you want it to be bright and cheerful? Dark and mysterious? Something in between?
-Once you’ve decided on the overall mood, you can start picking out specific colors. If you’re going for a bright and cheerful look, try using lots of light colors like yellow, pink, and white. For a dark and mysterious look, go with darker shades like black, purple, and dark green. And for something in between, try using a mix of light and dark colors.
-Another thing to keep in mind is how the different colors will work together. You don’t want to use too many different colors or else it will look messy. Try sticking to a maximum of three or four different colors.
-Finally, make sure you test out the colors before you commit to them. Paint a small section of your figure with each color and
-Details and Shading Colors
Are you thinking about painting your garage kit figure, but don’t know where to start? This guide will give you all the deets on how to get started, including what colors to use and how to shade your figure.
When it comes to choosing colors for your figure, it’s important to consider both the overall look you want to achieve, and the specific colors of the individual parts. For example, if you’re painting a figure that’s mostly white, you might want to add some color accents to make it more interesting. On the other hand, if you’re painting a figure that’s already very colorful, you might want to stick with a monochromatic scheme.
Once you’ve decided on your colors, it’s time to start shading. This is where things can get a bit tricky, but don’t worry – we’ll walk you through it step by step. First, decide which areas of the figure you want to be darker and which you want to be lighter. This will largely be determined by the light source in your scene. If you’re not sure where to start, try looking at reference photos of similar figures for inspiration.