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this is the first army iv ever painted so tell me wht u think if theres any think i can do to make it look better plz tell me thanx [IMG]file:///C:/Users/Elizabeth%20Somerville/Desktop/New%20Folder%20%283%29/P1010330.JPG[/IMG]
Very good start! The red looks smooth and clean. Always make sure your paint is slightly watered down, depending on the thickness of the paint, more might be needed. I work with a magenta on my marines, and i need ot water down slightly to avoid gloppy paint, allows a good smooth look. Usually 2 coats and its good.
Only thing I would do is add another wash to the armor. Make sure all those cracks and crevices are taken care of. Also the eyes, they are small and tough to do but crucial! My technique is smallest brush you can find lol then do your eye color. Apply a wash over them. Then re-apply just a tiny bit of the original eye color with a simple brush stroke. This will give a good glare effect. Also add a dot of white for the extreme glare dot. This is just how I do it, but the result is good.
Last edited by Lani Guy; November 3rd, 2009 at 06:13.
Very nice clean colours! I like the red and the white on the purity seal there.
That looks pretty good I must say, the red is bright and from what I can see it has some detail as well. Not bad! I like em!
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