I decided to take a sewing pin to his face, and scrape the buildup off and just redo his entire face. The rest of the paint job looked nice, so I didn't want to strip all the paint.
|T-1000 Aragorn Model|
This was my first time trying this method, and on a metal miniature, it worked pretty good. I wouldn't recommend doing this method on a plastic or resin mini since you'll end up warping the details.
Afterwards, I placed some black reaper brush on primer and repainted the face and a bit of the hair. I think it turned out pretty good.
|He now has a face again.|
So yeah, I learned something tonight. I also haven't been using the Vallejo Matt Medium lately on my mini's. I've found that a good coat of GW's purity seal works pretty decent as long as you give the paint ample time to dry before you spray them (I usually let them sit overnight). On a side note, I've also been working on the rest of the Goblin Town and I've gotten a pretty good amount done. No pictures yet...