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I picked up the Macragge set yesterday and I've started painting some of the smaller stuff. Here's one of the projector fields:
I have a few more pictures on my flickr; Flickr: Photos from hobbsc
I think it turned out alright for being 7-10 years out of practice. I never really used any washes before, but I think its a neat technique to make the models look kind of dirty. My camera is pretty poor, so you can't see the wash, but I think most of the detail shows up alright.
Any thoughts or (friendly) criticism is appreciated.
It dosen't look bad. It's at about my level of painting.
"Give them nothing, Take from them everything! Nevermore!"-battle cry of the Ice Specters chapter.
Kinda hard to fail horribly with those pieces though, but it do look like some of those skills still are there after 7 years. Nice work.
Also, cool that you are back in the hobby.
Not bad mate, paint job looks clean, a nice start after seven years away. Make sure you post some pictures of the Marines and 'Nids when you get around to painting them.
"In dedicato imperatum ultra articulo mortis"
Oh the terrain... sorry man I thought you meant a mini and I searched most of the pages in Flickr...
Never mind. It is a nice attempt after so many years without touching a brush!
Oh and sorry to say it here... your future father-in-law... resembles my dad (without the beard!) :party2:
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
Thanks for the kind words! I'll definitely get the minis up when I've got them painted. I've assembled several of the marines so far and I'm debating on painting Octavian first, or just the normal marines.
Tsele: I can't imagine him without a beard, you father must look pretty funny.
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
like Theobald says Patient is the ultimate key to painting. It takes a very long time to learn the art of patience.. lol i still haven't learnt it maybe i should look into something.
Like others have said the paint job is quite good after not touching a brush for 7 years all i can say is the sooner you get into painting again the sooner it will become second nature.
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