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as I surf around the internet looking for nice warhammer figure's, I sometimes see models that are very very nice, but i don't know how to paint that way myself.
At the moment I am painting wolf guard terminators, first I painted them black, primer, and then I started with the shadow grey base color, I want to make it lighter and highlight it with skull white (tell me if that's wrong) but how do I make it look so incredible???
like this one http://www.auntie.com/dustcatchers/sidesho...spacewolves.jpg,
i know it's not a normal model, but i couldn't find a better example.
please tell me how to do it, with as many details as possible please,
Thank you very much,
Painting takes practice and more practice. Surf the net for examples and ideas, try them out, and then paint some more. Finally practice more. The more you paint the better you'll get. Don't worry about mistakes, you can just strip the models later and start over. (search for stipping in this forum if you need help on paint stripping) Here's a couple of articles to get you started:
Starting to Paint
Painting Space Wolves, a basic theme
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