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Hello This is my first post and i just started eldar here are my warlocks farseer and WL tell me what you think im currently working on my scorps ill post those when im done
In future please use the edit button, rather than posting multiple times. Also, images are to have a maximum size of 700px wide. Please make sure you keep to this in future. - KU
Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; July 28th, 2007 at 19:41.
Looks pretty good. The dark red and black contrasts well with the light blue and bone color. What are you going to base them with though? Plus they look like they have spots of white but I'm assuming thats from camera flash on varnish. Good job overall!
I would also advise to use the edit function for your posts.
yes def will edit next time lol sry about that
ty yes that is the varnish replecing the flash when i get more of my army done im going to take a few more pics in natural light
im waitting to do my bases when i fiigure out my bourd colors because i want them to match lol you know so they go along with my fluff
First things first I guess, welcome to the board. Have you read the rules? I'm assuming not, so here is a helpful link *CLICK ME*
The one I'm mostly thinking about is rule 8... *nudge nudge wink wink*
Ok, so assuming you've got that out of your system, lets see about the painting shall we?
Well, I like the colours together (though they look a little evil...), but other than that there isn't much more to say.
You haven't highlighted or shaded, as far as I can tell, you certainly haven't based them, and you seem to have gone a little overboard on the varnish, at least, in my opinion.
Working on any of those things will really help your models.
Some highlighting, even at a basic level, will make these guys look so much better immediately.
To do this, get the model, and that photo you just took, in front of you.
Now, see where there are white reflections on the photo? On the same part of the model, paint a slightly lighter version of the base colour. Also do this wherever the light catches, not necessarily just where there is a huge reflection.
Allow me to demonstrate:
Ok, so, thats an awful diagram, but you get the general gist of it.
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Nice work for just starting out! I would recommend spraying them with Testors DullCote when you finish them, to kill that really bright shine. Other than that, follow Minus T's advice, and check out the sticky at the top of this forum for links to great base guides!
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ok thank you very much ill take the advice and work on them