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    Plague Marines patining guide

    Hi all !
    This is my first post here, the community seems awesome and I thought to contribute with this. I just painted a squad of 7 Plague Marines and took pictures through the whole process. I thought I'd share it here and see what you all thought. The whole guide uses Reaper Master Series paint cause that's what I like. I'll post the link to my Facebook album where they are all in order. Let me know what you think.

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    nice work. they look proper rotten.
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    Nice! I painted mine nearly as similar as the box. What brand/colour of acrylic paint did you use?

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    looking good, nice painting. Inspired me to redo the wounds on my FW deathguard!
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    I find it hard to comment, as the photographs are of bad quality. I recommend using more lighting, to keep shadows from masking certain areas of the models, and enhance the 'true' colors of the models.
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    Thanks for the comments, I do realize the pics are not of the best quality (sorry, I'm not really good at photographing), I'll try to get better lighting as you mentioned and post some more pics.
    The paints I used are Master Series, from Vallejo.

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