Secret Commission: Zinogre

Earlier this year I was contacted by a client who wanted me to do a job. It took about 30 hours total to finish it. It was a very fun and challenging sculpt. I do regret not getting better pictures before it left my hands. It would not fit in my light box so I made due with what I had.

So now, for the first time, I present to you Zinogre.

This is a 3D print that the client also commissioned from elsewhere. I did the best I could to hide the texture with self-filling primer. I painted this using entirely paints from Reaper Miniatures. The freehand work was extensive and I am so happy with how it came out. The client was very happy with the final product.

This was delivered in May but I have only had time to get to it tonight. Thanks all for checking this out.

Happy Painting

3 thoughts on “Secret Commission: Zinogre

  1. Very nice! I really like the shading on the feet. What kind of primer did you use? I recently got a 3D printed mini with some texture on it that I’m hoping I’ll be able to mask. It’s pretty small, so maybe just paint will be all right, but it’s on the skin. Which normally you would want to be extra smooth.

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      1. Oh nice! That’s the same primer I use (love the stuff!). I’ll give it a go with a few layers and see how it turns out. Thanks!


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