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Here is my Big Mek, he's been in the painting stage for a long time, I understand his arm isn't joining well with the hand he has, but thats from lack of putty to seal the gap, once I have such material, then it's a done deal.
Images should be no longer than 700 pixels wide. ~LN
And my chaos lord, One of the first models I painted, He was done in separate parts and glued together and now I'm slowly fixing his paint up as I go along with everything else.
Just wondering what anyone else thinks? I'm open to any and all critisism(sp?).
Last edited by Lost Nemesis; November 29th, 2007 at 17:18.
I really like what you've done with the Big Mek. I'm going to suggest you use watered down black ink on all the metal areas. Water it down until it starts to look dark brown, then apply it liberally to all the metal areas
Hope that helps :happy:
Thanks, I did think that the gun was a BIT TOO shiny for an ork weapon, but I don't have ink at the moment...
aut viam inveniam aut faciam / I'll either find a way or make one.
It's mainly a lack of colours that means I have either shiney or not so shiney parts, but i'll see what I can do.
If you're short on inks, try severly watering down chaos black. It won't have quite the same effect, but close enough to look decent :happy:
The paint looks very uneven, you should probably water your paints down. If you are, then build the layers up more until more consistent.
Affirmative, I'll get onto it once I get back from work, which I'm not looking forward to on a few hours sleep
gotta get rid of those
your chaos looks a little globish.
like you primed black, and tryed to glob on paint to cover it properly.
a lot better way to do it would be to build the colors up from black, i actually use gore red in thin coats (usually 2) then put on the blood red, alternativley you could probrably use brown as the transistion color.
i think if you strip and replaint that way (or just do it for your next model) you will see a huge difference in the smoothness of the paint and the consistancy of color.