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here are my latest models: a Fire Dragons unit for my Saim-Hann army (link).
I don't like the official color scheme, since it is a little too bright for my taste, so I toned it down a little (I did the same for my Howling Banshees, link).
This is the first time I paint yellow, and I need some practice since I started collecting a whole company of Imperial Fists... I think it turned out nice for the first time, but I will add a Yellow Ink wash next time in order to improve depth.
Moreover, I had some fun with rare earth magnet to swap weapons for the Exarch, here is the final result:
Here are more pics, click on the thumbnails to enlarge:
Hope you will like them, tips, feedback and constructive criticism are strongly appreciated!
I've always loved the way these models look - and you did a great job painting them. Did you make the bases, or can you order them like that?
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Saim-Hann Eldar: 5000 Points
All of the models look fantastic. I am especially fond of the deep shading and highlighting of the armour. I wouldn't change a thing. Only one question of mine: How did you get the yellow on the helmet to look so smooth? I usually have a huge problem with it.
Excellent work! Your painting is quite inspiring actually, it makes me want to paint up some of my own, and I'm a fantasy guy!
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Man, youre a amazing painter! like all your minis this too looks fantastic, really like the smoothnes of the highlights.
Wow, how did you get the highlighting on the armour so smooth? Something im having a problem with right now, and its the colour red too.
Moreover I use very diluited layers (adding flow improver and sometimes a drop of PVA glue to the paint in order to have the right paint consistency), and let the paint dry throughly before painting the next layer.
Over large areas once I paint a layer I let it dry throughly and blend it using the same paint (but very diluited, until is semi-transparent) and a soft brush.
Hope this helps!