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I don't know if i've done any of this right or not, but whatever
I've never tried painting white before - it's still a bit streaky and I can't seem to get rid of that.
Its white under coat, devlan mud heavy wash, white drybrush then pure white.
From distance it looks pretty good, IMO, but up close you can see the streaks.
And yes, I noticed the big grim mould line on his leg! Stupid mould lines...
Anyway, are the pictures okay? They turned out a bit dark, my camera is naff, so I brightened them in gimp. They are a bit blurry and I can't seem to shake that off (no pun intended...)
I can't say I've seen it all but I live for the things that keep me hollow.
From what i can tell from the somewhat blurry pictures, You've got yourself a really clean white. The problem is though, there's too much of it. Personally I'd shade/highlight more.
What's helped me with white is actually a bit of a different formula. I prime white, paint a base coat of gray (something of a lighter gray works better), then a thinned layer of white over that, and washes and highlighting if you're going for a clean look.
It's dry brushing white, or not thinning it enough that gives it streaks.
That is a nice looking model, though. Blurriness aside, seems like a good job.