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you spelt excellent wrong, sorry but i had to correct you...i really like the dark eldar, normally i hate them but yours i like
chaos marines have the chaos gods on their side, but space marines have games workshop on theirs
voted average, you have your basics down solid, you need to work a little on your fine detail as well as your layering.
I think you have an average to a little above average paintjob on these figures. I would definitely not give in the brushes just yet. Practice practice practice. Ask questions and try new things and with some patience you will see improvements.
Biggest piece of advice I can give.... Don't try to do it all at once. Find a new technique and work on that one until you see improvement... Then move on to something else. If you bite off too much you risk discouragement...
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I think your models are pretty good, so I voted 'above average'!
Certainly better at doing Marines than I am!
It's also excellent... Just a correction...
But I voted for above average... I like the style of painting and the painting level but, as anyone, you can be a lot better with a lot of practice...
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
I have to agree with Slorak, you're a good average painter who has potential to do better. The key to improving is to practice, don't get discouraged, but learn from your mistakes and how to improve. Good luck, LO is here to help.
ya painting is all about practice. I started Woh40k trying out different ideas and styles on about 15 little Tyranid critters until some of GWs adivce and painting techniques finally got lodged in my head and my painting level wnt from noob to average in about a few hours.
Its like riding a bike, sure most people can do it but how many people can do a backflip on it
They look like really excelent tabletop quality minis! The only comment i have is, who cares! If you enjoy painting and the hobby, the skill you have shouldnt matter that much, your ability will only improv with time!
Enjoy the hobby!
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