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Thought I'd post this up and see what people think. It's an eldar warlock that I use as my farseer, painted in a biel tan scheme.
The base isn't done (obviously) but when I get around to doing it there will be some form of rubble and a urban theme to it.
I also just noticed, after cropping the image, that there appears to be a touch of green on his breastplate which I never knew was there, so I'll go fix that up later.
Anyway, what do you all think?
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to be honest, to comment would be unfair, look at the white on the helmet, it looks blotchy and probably too thich, however the problem is that the magnification of the cammera is showing more detail than is visible with the naked eye, can you back the shot off a bit? then comments would be fairer
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I don't know, Chered, I can see that much detail when I paint. Though I am shortsighted, so I can focus closer to my eyes. Maybe that's why I take so long to paint things...
It seems to me that you have the beginnings of a good model there. though as Cheredanine said, the paint does seem a bit thick in places. I think the robe could do with some more highlights on the raised folds/edges, just start adding a bit of goblin green, or even skull white (though in a smaller amount) to the mix and highlight like this.
I think you might need to work on your neatness with the white as well, try and get the edges nice and straight.
There are also a couple of mould lines on the top of his arms.
Not trying to bring you down at all mate, just trying to give you comments that could improve your painting!
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