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Pretty self explanitory(sp?) really.
It was the first model I painted, and I tried to stick as many spikes on it that I could, because lets face it.
Spikes = Evil.
Images a maximum size of 700px wide please. - KU
Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; November 24th, 2007 at 12:42.
Should have made sure the pieces fit before you glued it together.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Oh you mean with the corners?
hahaha fair enough, but whenever i get new models i get so excited i just glue them all together and dont think about those things till later
There is a little too many extras on the Rhino and the color scheme could use a little shading and highlighting.
"They say the Darkness consumes you. They don't say what happens after It's done."
The unpainted bits really take away, as well as I agree with the others. Also, the red could be a lot stronger and vibrant as well as smother.
P.S. Sorry to be this brutal. With the rating and everything.
2/5 (wow, a third one)
The bloody rocket thingie's unpainted, and you can see the plastic colour through the paint!
In some places...
You guys are being quite hard on him he did say it was his first model that he painted.
I used to be superbock, if anyone cares.
In the future, it would help the depth of your colors if you added more coast. I can see the primer through the red. You might also begin working on highlighting the edges of the model. There are a number of good online tutorials for this sort of thing, but basically, you'll take your brush with a very minimal amount of paint. Make sure you actually wipe 80-90% of the paint out of the brush. Then, place your brush against the edge to where the brush and the edge make a cross. Does this make sense? You want to paint with flat or long part of the brush and not the tip. Then you move the brush back and forth across the edge. There shouldn't be enough paint on your brush to cover the edge with a single stroke; it should take multiple strokes. This ensures that the model isn't drenched in paint among other things.
At any rate, it's a fine paint job.
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Hey man, I just started painting about 5 months ago, so I feel your pain. All I can say is slow down and get an even coat of paint on there, that's your first step. Make sure that the base coat is covered, then if you want add rust or metal in if you're going for a battered look. Rabbit's suggestions are also great.
.I think maybe the major problems with this is the metal, for a chaos tank, is WAY too shiny. I'd suggest picking up some black ink and giving it a quick wash over, maybe using brown ink aswell if you want a rusty look :ballon:. Just remember that ink is very, very runny and you don't need much on your brush, or it'll go EVERYWHERE. Also, the blood looks rather fake on the spikes, although this is actually a very common thing for new painters, so don't feel as if you're being picked on, cause you're not ;Y. I'd suggest leaving it off for now. All the other major problems with it have been picked up by everyone else, so no real need for me to repeat what is already done.