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Made in us
Dakka Veteran






Western Massachusetts

I've been working my way through all of the currently available models (both characters and terrain) from the Marvel Crisis Protocol line. I had the benefit of a little free time last month to get the bulk of these done:


Marvel Crisis Protocol core set by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Doctor Octopus by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Ultron by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Baron Zemo by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Crossbones by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Red Skull by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Spiderman by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Iron Man by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Captain Marvel by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Black Widow by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Captain America by Jay Adan, on Flickr


The Incredible Hulk by Jay Adan, on Flickr


M.O.D.O.K. by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Marvel Crisis Protocol Traffic Lights by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Marvel Crisis Protocol - Car by Jay Adan, on Flickr


MCP Dumpster 2 by Jay Adan, on Flickr


MCP Dumpster 1 by Jay Adan, on Flickr

And because somebody always asks about the size of the models...
The models are 40mm which works out to roughly 1/48 scale or O scale for you train enthusiasts. Here's a comparison pic with a Knight Models Batman, and Infinity mini and a Space Marine:


Marvel Crisis Protocol Miniature Size Comparison by Jay Adan, on Flickr

   
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Longtime Dakkanaut






Awesome work. The terrain is gorgeous. Iron Man and Ultron look amazing. Cap's' shield may be my favorite thing, though. Very well done.
   
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Western Massachusetts

 youwashock wrote:
Awesome work. The terrain is gorgeous. Iron Man and Ultron look amazing. Cap's' shield may be my favorite thing, though. Very well done.


Thanks! I think Cap's shield is my favorite this too.

   
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Wicked Ghast





Australia

The NMM on Ultron is mind-blowing

Nothing to see here, move along mortal.  
   
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Fireknife Shas'el






That car is not getting enough love in this thread.

All hail the (beautiful!) car!

   
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Western Massachusetts

 John Prins wrote:
That car is not getting enough love in this thread.

All hail the (beautiful!) car!


Aw, thanks, man. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out as well.

   
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Nashville, TN

Seconded on th car. The rest of the minis are fantastic but I really want to be able to paint cars like that!

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hella sweet adding another 'cool beans' for Cap's shield

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amazing work mate! Specially for me hulk !!
   
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Western Massachusetts

Thanks, everybody. These are the best minis I've ever painted for myself. I like the game too - so that's a bonus.

   
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United Kingdom

Why haven't I clicked on this thread before?!

Beautiful work - I also thought the car was the best

Give that vehicle its own movie franchise!

   
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Western Massachusetts

Keeping up with the new releases:


Black Panther by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Killmonger by Jay Adan, on Flickr

   
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Muscat, Oman

Great work! Everyone is suitably bright and colourful, and you've got some very nice shading going on. The Hulk looks fantastic, great shading on Modok, the glows on Iron Man are a nice touch, I like the subtle blues on Black Panther, great shading on Killmonger's skin, and the Cosmic Cube looks fantastic!

Captain Marvel's face does look a little bit strange, at least in the photos. I think the eyebrows are a bit too hard to see; maybe darkening them a little would help.

Thanks for the comparison pics. Looks like the models are a fair bit bigger than even Knight Model's superheroes. That's a shame, I was hoping they wouldn't look too out of scale. Oh well.

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Western Massachusetts

Daily Bugle Newsstand by Jay Adan, on Flickr

   
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Muscat, Oman

Very cool, those magazines are a great touch!

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Western Massachusetts

Still trying to keep up with the new models as they arrive -


Venom by Jay Adan, on Flickr

   
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Awesome job.

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Muscat, Oman

Love the glossy wet-looking tongue!

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 Soul Samurai wrote:
Love the glossy wet-looking tongue!


One of the things I like about working with minis that are a bit larger is that you can do cool things with targeted gloss.

   
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Longrifle




I watched your tutorials on the dumpster and the traffic lights. Really helpful!

Any chance there's one coming for the cars? I started to paint mine the other night and just... uh.. ruined it. It went in the acid bath. How did you panel line them with that airbrush base coat?


 
   
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Germany

The minis and terrain are looking wonderful! Thanks for sharing!
   
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Western Massachusetts

Two more recent works.


Nebula by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Thanos by Jay Adan, on Flickr

   
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Muscat, Oman

Damn dude! I initially thought your Thanos and Nebula were large-scale statues, they look so detailed! The colours are absolutely spot-on - that shiny blue on Thanos looks amazing! Really nice shading too! You're really showing off the potential of these models.

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Remarkable work, all around!
   
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These last two are amazing. Stellar work.
   
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Yes, all epic stuff Thanos is stunning. Just the tiniest issue on his right (not Infinity) gauntlet with a touch of blue on the gold.

Any recipe for the blue on him? It is glorious.

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Western Massachusetts

A few more I've worked on since the last time I posted -


Groot by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Hela by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Loki by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Okoye by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Rocket by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Shuri by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Starlord by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Thor by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Valkyrie by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Vision by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Winter Soldier by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Spiderman - Miles Morales by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Ghost Spider by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Green Goblin by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Daredevil by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Bullseye by Jay Adan, on Flickr


Kingpin by Jay Adan, on Flickr


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ListenToMeWarriors wrote:
Yes, all epic stuff Thanos is stunning. Just the tiniest issue on his right (not Infinity) gauntlet with a touch of blue on the gold.

Any recipe for the blue on him? It is glorious.


That blue started life as Warcolours Blue Metallic, but that was way too light so I used Pure Blue from Instar Paint mixed with some acrylic medium to shade it down a little at a time to get it where I wanted it.

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Muscat, Oman

More great stuff! I think the highlight for me is Vision, especially his left leg where it's coming through the wall: the effect is subtle but works so well!

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Cheltenham, UK

Great thread! Particular thanks for the scale comparison photo.

   
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London

These are all fantastic - the effect on vision is great, the NMM is awesome, the characters just jump off the page (so to speak)

Truly inspirational stuff!

Thanks for sharing



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