INFINITY Yu Jing Remote Yaoxie Lu Duan…

My last Yaoxie remote and I’m all done now. This baby also has a nice heavy flamethrower which is nice for ARO purposes if you’re worried about hitting hard targets. This is the remote I use the most since he has a diverse set of weapons paired with the Mk12 which is a weaker HMG.

yu_jing_remote_yaoxie_lu_duanFlame on!

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight lens with a glow effect
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine
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INFINITY Yu Jing Tokusetsu…

This model is great since he is diverse and can be used in a Engineer or Doctor role. I always use him and tend to lean towards the Engineer version since I run so many Remotes. He was pretty fun to paint and was done in a short session. Which I love being a lazy painter who has a tendency to finish models in one sitting.

yu_jing_tokusetsuI fix robots or people!

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Remote Yaoxie Rui Shi…

For my other set of remotes from the Yaoxie types I decided to try a thinned down wash to give it a clean look. They came out pretty good for no touch ups and opted to keep a minimal palette only using four colors. With proper color separation, minimal palettes will tend to look better and more uniformed. Less is more.

yu_jing_remote_yaoxie_rui_shiBaby got base…

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight lens with a glow effect
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Remote Husong Yaokong…

My experimenting with painting continues on my Infinity miniatures. For this remote I decided to try heavy battle damage to see how it would look. I think I probably overdid it, but alas it’s all apart of trying new things. I usually make it much more minimal but decided to go heavy for shits and giggles.

yu_jing_remote_husong_yaokong_hmgOne dirty mofo…

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Stiple battle damage using a torn blister foam piece
  4. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Oniwaban…

I love the idea of future ninjas, but don’t like the normal ninja sculpts. I opted to get this guy and proxy him as a ninja for now. I’m sure they will come out with resculpts later on since they seem to be redoing the older models. I decided to make his “third eye” glow since that just looks cool. As far as in game goes, he’s pretty cool in general and I have only used him in a handful of battles. He is definitely a headache to deal with due to his camo.

yu_jing_oniwabanNinja…vanish!

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Celestial Guard Hacker…

Another change up in painting for me. For this Celestial Guard Hacker I decided to play around with some lining. I think it looks alright but still prefer feathering over lining. Anyways it’s always good to keep trying different techniques to see what appeals to you the most. I love hackers in Infinity N3 since they are so versatile now!

yu_celestial_guard_hackerHack the planet…

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color & painted the visor
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine

INFINITY Yu Jing Guilang…

These are actually the models that got me into the game. My favorite being the Combi-rifle model. I stripped the original models and repainted them spending a little more time messing around with feathering and subtle highlighting. I use them constantly in games as well as they are pretty solid for their points.

yu_jing_guilang_combi_rifle yu_jing_guilangTarget spotted…

  1. Touch Tone Flat Grey Primer (Cheap automotive primer!)
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors & Vallejo Model Air Metallics
  3. Army Painter Dark Tone Ink all over the miniature
  4. Highlight using the same basecoat color
  5. Bases are comprised of Basecrafts Autumn Scatter & Basecrafts Mixed Leaves
  6. I then varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testors Dullcote to subdue the shine