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PostSubject: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeThu Jul 09 2015, 16:24


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I have been using a method for creating blood and gore effects for my Space Wolves, and have had a few requests over time on how I achieve it, so I thought I would knock up a quick tutorial to show those of you interested how to do it.

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First the equipment. You will need :- paint - Tamiya clear red (or the Gw blood effects will do fine) and any black paint (I use Vallejo personally). Tools - cocktail stick, very old paintbrush and a tube of standard UHU glue (do not get the UHU power, as it will not work for this)

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So for the first stage the tamiya red is dispensed onto a mixing surface and a small blob of the black is then mixed in to give a dark red effect. (This is the gore)

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Grab your coctail stick and the glue and blob a reasonably large bit into the paint and mix it all together.

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Use the cocktail stick to start applying the mixture to your model. You will see that the glue makes the paint stringy, which is how the gore effect is created (it works for adding gory texture to swords ect as well. See pic at end). Note:- the glue dries very quickly , so you will have about a minute or two to apply the mix before it starts to set. It is better to work in small batches to avoid wasting loads.

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Once the glue and paint mixture has dried, go over the areas with the unmixed red blood paint. I usually cover the gory bits and then start fanning the brush strokes out for greater coverage and graduation. Once this has dried you are all finished, and should have a suitably gory model staring back at you Smile

Here are a few more pics of different ways I have used this effect.

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Just the gore applied

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Now with the blood effect blended in

Thanks

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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeThu Jul 09 2015, 23:39

That is awesome thanks for sharing.


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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeFri Jul 10 2015, 07:12

@CurstAlchemist wrote:
That is awesome things for sharing.

Hey, no problemo glad you enjoyed it Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeFri Jul 10 2015, 07:54

Very nice!

I can't look at examples of this technique without thinking of Bigcannon's Vampire Counts, which has got to be the bloodiest army I've ever seen.

One of these days I'm sure I'll be struck with the urge to drench a model in gore and give it a shot.

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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeFri Jul 10 2015, 12:15

Thanks. I'll have to try this.
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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeFri Jul 10 2015, 12:33

@Calyptra. Thanks Smile. Those models are fab. Nice n gory. Can't beat a bi of gore Wink

@ Lord Alino. No problemo Wink. It is good fun to do so def give it a try

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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeSat Jul 11 2015, 10:06

Outstanding! I think this will come in very handy, as it is very simple but results in a striking effect.

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PostSubject: Re: Realistic blood and gore tutorial   Realistic blood and gore tutorial I_icon_minitimeSat Jul 11 2015, 23:46

@Marrath. Great, glad you like it and can get some use from it Smile

You are right it is quite a simple technique but the effect is nice and it is enjoyable to do as well

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Thanks for that, it's a great idea.

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