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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Gareth James » Feb 12 '15
Reunited after 30 years (not by fiddling with a puzzle box but with the more mundane task of putting away the christmas tree) my Pinhead vinyl figure found in the loft. 

My original paint job was, ...well shit really- enamels slopped on and a blue wash technique more suited to creosoting fence panels than model figures. Halcyon days the 80`s- Bauhaus, The Sisters of Mercy and more modelling time you could shake a pointed Chelsea boot at.

Anyway, a further round of paint removal beckons and then a base colour.

"We have such sights to show you" - We`ve all got the internet now pal...!

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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Anthony Hughes » Feb 12 '15

<cough cough> http://www.antsnest.net/Garage/Photoetch.php


Could do you a deal :)


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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Ellenbethsdad » Feb 12 '15
Doesn`t he come with any pins for his head????
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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Gareth James » Feb 13 '15
Ahhh- nice one Ant- I`ll pm you. Got some pins Pete, took `em out so I could get the paint off easier.
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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Gareth James » Feb 15 '15
Couple of basic colours on- trying for a more `leather look` to clothing, needs further washes and drybrushing. Again using `liqitex` paints as a base. Not going for a blue wash on the flesh- looking at the movie `Pinhead`s skin was indeed white, the blue haze coming from certain scene lighting.

"Angels to some, demons to others"- Ah go and stick some pins in your head.


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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Ellenbethsdad » Feb 15 '15
What colours are you using for the leathers?
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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Gareth James » Feb 20 '15
Mix of raw sienna, yellow oxide and burnt sienna with an black oil wash. I made the wash darker around raised areas to highlight it. I`m conscious that Pinhead`s clothing is black so tried to cut it all back with a further black wash. Still need to use some satin to highlight more.


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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Gareth James » Feb 25 '15
Finished apart from updated puzzle box and needing to add `torture tools`- which did not survive the loft!

Base is a quality street tin, blood is an evil mix of Tamiya red X-7 and Citadel Agrax Earthshade. I rusted the pins up to make them less new looking- this could divide opinion but I felt it was a more `menacing` look, I also wanted to paint the lines on the head as `freshly bloodied` rather than just go with shadowing.

"May your suffering be legendary.....even in hell!"- shut it or its back in the loft for you

"sorry- can I stand next to the cocked up SPV in the cabinet?"- Right, that`s it!!


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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Ellenbethsdad » Feb 25 '15
I`ll confess to having watched the first movie when it came out years ago but cannot remember anything at all about it.....I`m just wondering if the pins were that big?, yours look a bit out of scale to the rest of the kit?....<br />
The clothing looks well done, and Ants box is very good.<br />a vast improvement on the original paint job, you must be getting better mate!
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Re: Screamin` Hellraiser Reboot

Anthony Hughes » Feb 26 '15

Yeah could probably push them in a little bit more

http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/13/135592/3246297-0024857941-pinhe.jpg


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