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Ok so I painted these thingsa few months back and I was wondering what you guys thought.Now mind you I only convert so paint ing is a big step for me,if you see anything I could work on let me know.Thanks
The picture quality is kinda low. See if you can take off your flash when you take the pictures. Can't really comment further.
Black Templar (W/D/L): 4/6/2
Dark Eldar (W/D/L): 4/1/0
Warriors of Chaos (W/D/L): 3/0/1
Your camera can't handle such a close up dude, see those glue packs in the background? they're crystal clear at that distance, so try it from that far, might make us squint but at least we'll be able to tell separation of the paints instead of seeing a giant blur.
Get back to us on it please =)
Last edited by Handbag of Joy; October 22nd, 2008 at 04:46. Reason: horrible spelling.
Originally Posted by swntzu
They're all right.
The quick-and-dirty rules of thumb are:
1) Use macro mode (the little flower Pickle mentioned).
2) Put the model the appropriate distance from the camera in macro mode. The camera's manual should tell you.
3) If the model seems to be teeny tiny with a lot of unnecessary background, take a picture with the highest resolution setting on your camera, then use a photo-editor to crop and resize it. If you don't know how/where to get one of these and do it, PM me and I'll be glad to give you directions and a link to some great free software that can help.
Ok hopefully these are better,sorry bought the blur I tried what you guys told me to.But it seems that my camera hates me.
very nice, i like them alot. the bases look really good too
Thanks alot my uncle helped me make them and I dont remmember what he used.But I love whatever it is each base costs me a whole 5 bucks though so I am guessing the plaster he used is expensive.
Those photos are much clearer. I have a couple of things to say about the minis: you need to water your paints a bit more. Looking at the face mask on the first photo it looks quite thick. Watering down the paint will mean it will take longer to get a smooth, solid coat but, you can see any small detailing much better than with thick paints. Also, the black could do with highlighting. A bit of codex grey or codex grey + chaos black and edge highlight the plates and you should be fine.