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Squidmar Paints a Pewdiepie Miniature Bust

By Andrew Schrank | January 22nd, 2020 | Categories: How To Tutorial, Pop Gamer Culture, Videos

squid pewd wallSquidmar is taking memes head as he does a collab to make Sweden’s biggest creator, PewDiePie, come to life. Check out how he paints this miniature bust!

Squidmar is back to his normal painting tutorial videos and decided to do a lifelike PewDiePie. He does some interesting techniques and touches on everything he does. He got in touch with titan forge to help design this for him and even gave him a 3D print file that he shares in his description. Now, let’s see how he does it!

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pewd primedObviously, the first thing he had to do was prime his model black. After that dries he does a quick pass over with the airbrush to get it white.

Pewdiepie skinThe first thing he wants to tackle is the face, which, in a miniature like this, is the most important part. He’s using Shadow 1: Citadel Doombull Brown, Shadow 2: Citadel Bugman’s Glow, Midtone 1: Citadel Kislev Flesh, Midtone 2: Citadel Cadian Fleshtone, Highlight 1: Vallejo Pale Flesh, and for Highlight 2: Vallejo Sunny Skintone.

Pewd hair doneNext up for his hair, he uses Citadel Rhinox Hide, Citadel Mournfang Brown, Citadel Karak Stone, Citadel Steel Legion Drab, and Vallejo Brown Sand

Pewd edgar doneWith those done, he moves onto Basing the shirt and black, followed with a quick brown highlight using the darker browns from before. The red on the headphones is Vallejo Dark Vermillion.

Undershade on skin

He then takes out the airbrush to Undershade the face and skin tone. This will help finish the blending process and make his skin tone look more natural. The paints he used are Green Stuff World’s Phoenix Orange and then Green Stuff World’s Crimson Magenta.

PEwdiepie details done model doneAfter that, he quickly does the fire effect, the diamond sword and finishes all the detail work. for the fire, he uses Vallejo Dark Vermillion again and Citadel Troll Slayer Orange. For the diamond sword, he uses Vallejo Park Green, Citadel Temple Guard Blue, and Vallejo Dark Sea Blue. After that, it’s just a matter of touching up everything else and adding minor detail like the LWIAY on his shirt.

And with that, the model is done! This model is very detailed and Squidmar spent a lot of time on it. If you want to know more about how he did it specifically be sure to watch the video below!

Squidmar Miniatures is a great place to learn all kinds of painting techniques!  Be sure to subscribe to Squidmar Miniatures YouTube channel for more tutorials.

About the Author: Andrew Schrank

College student, Lord of fluff, and Master of Ice Hammer
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