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    Well, here is about my twentieth job, and since i discovered a beautiful piece of the web called photo bucket, i have pics.

    so here he is, the dragon ogre shaggoth. btw, the blue was requested by he guy i painted it for, and i just want to kno if it looks too cartoony? Just wanted some insight, the guy liked the model and i got my money for it, but i just want tips for my painting.


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    Cheers, all criticism appreciated


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    It looks really good! Well done, although maybe if you used Dullcote on the model it wouldn't look so shiny. Or is that just the light?

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    I think it looks excellent. Thats probably just the light that makes it shiny. How much do you charge for you painting and do you live in the US?
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    Wow, that is pretty amazing. Good job! :w

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    you need to use lighter colours for the creases in the skin, also it looks like you shaded over top on the parts of the blue legs, try to let that show through in layers, overall its good, the drybrushing technique on the hair is a nice touch, works well for dark eldar hair
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    well, i used my flash in really bad light without lamps coz i was in a hurry, so thats why it looks bright, i used no inks so it shouldnt b shiny. anyway, cheers for your remarks, im still perfecting my painting.

    btw, im an aussie, and a large model + basing + undercoating + construction = &#036;50 australian. pritty good for three hours work ey?

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