How to make a D20 part 5. The finale

The final tutorial, time to paint. The first d20 is requested to be teal, with gold numbers. I begin by using an air brush to paint lots and lots of layers.

Then used a gold acrylic to paint in the numbers very very carefully. I could have masked off the numbers with tape to make it more precise, but that would have taken hours and left straight lines on curved numbers. Gold paint also requires 3-4 layers for a solid covering. Here is the numbers painted in.

Now that it is a lovely color time to make it shine. I used Acrylic lacquer spray paint. 4 coats later, the finished product!!! Drum roll please?

Nuff said.

Also side note, my work is not done on the second one.

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