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So, I got back into 40k recently after a 5 year hiatus. I just started painting my Eldar again and was wondering if you could give me some constructive criticism. These are pictures of some Warlocks I did. The second picture used a flash, and it makes the details and highlights look much worse than they actually are in real life. So, other than that, any advice or criticisms would be much appreciated as I want to become a decent painter. Thanks:
use a white background for you picture taking... like a sheet of printer paper... as it goes for the models they are looking ok... I would paint their cloaks a dark red or something and then go over with a couple layers of black wash... i would say more but I am tired and going to bed... : )
Slaanesh, god of the beer goggles
experiment with washes they are easy and bring better quality to your models like the metals and sword
for the cloaks you could start with a very dark grey and wash with black then go back and highlight with your lighter grey
ps im on a wash frenzy right now and have know idea if my suggestion would be good made it up on the spot, though i will try it next time i paint black cloth =D