Sungyullas was another fun one, like Chugyullas. The raised grooves along the sides are secretly very easy to paint (just drybrush!) but give the illusion of ridiculous detail. To be fair, it’s a little challenging, I mean, you don’t want to get it messy anywhere else, of course.
I was unsure what to do about the supporting column underneath. There are what appear to be light ripples underneath, which suggested it’s probably hovering over liquid. I considered doing flames shooting out of the bottom, but the straight jet downward suggested either steam, “raw energy”, or super-hot-white-fire. Black wash helped to add “clouds” or “smoke” to the water below.
The main metallic surfaces were a combination of Tinny Tin and Polished Gold, with some parts getting a touch of Hammered Copper or Gunmetal Metal. Proportions varied to give some contrasting tones on different plates of the body. The grooves were Ice Blue with just a touch of Scorpy Green. The art shows the grooves as being a little more green, but I took some artistic license there — I thought the blue shade complemented the gold and matched the water below better.