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Hi folks, this is the first full unit of dwarves I've completed in about 15 years! I feel like I have gotten better somehow. Anyway I'd like your honest opinions on quality and and advice on improvement on my technique. I used my own custom made transfers for the shields and standard. I feel like my shading and highlighting maybe could be a little more distinctive.
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shields look very cool
Quite good, you have certainly started to get the idea with highlights on the cloth which shoul get better with time. On some things to improve the look of the models:
Eyes can be difficult to get rite so I paint the white but leave the pupils and iris unless I know I can get them spot on.
The models are old so the quality of them may not do your painting the justice they deserve. Some newer models with harder lines and definition will help in improving how you paint.
The basing adds a lot to the overall way a models look. I have sound the best way to get a food looking effect is to use gw or similar sand and glue it to the base before undercoat spraying your models. The choose a colour to dry brush the sand, and on top of that you an stick patches of static grass or slate etc depending on the look you want.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the replies folks! A much belated response. In the interests of full disclosure I voted once on the top quality rank to break the ice! Anyway I will be rethinking my basing techniques thanks to your feedback.