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Hello, so after 3 or so hours today I painted up my Callidus for my Witch hunters army, but I would like some suggestions on anything from you guys. I'm pretty bad at painting I know all the techniques but I cant really pull them off.
Kind of bad lighting cause I'm also bad at photography.
EDIT Crap I just realized I spelt the title "Imporved" instead of "Improved" *grumbles feeling like a fool*
Well, I'm not a painter, but highlights are recommended!
Otherwise, I like it.
"The question is not how far. The question is, do you possess the constitution, the depth of faith, to go as far as is needed?"
Take more time with your painting. 3-4 hours is alright, But for better results. take even more time.
But something that will help to improve painting which is better then any suggestions made by people on forums... Is to go out and seek an experienced painter who is willing to sit down and teach you for a while. Gw stores are an excellent start.
So far the model looks ok. My suggestions would to look up about highlighting and perhaps use thinner paints.
Me, Ambivalent? Well, yes and no.
Is that flash between her hair and tabard? If so that should go.
I've no other real quibbles.
Up, up and away!