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Horse painted black
Based horse armour and fur with enchanted blue
Painted over with purple ink and blue ink
Ink washed away with water (top portions) to fade it
Knight's armor based with gunbolt metal, washed with black, drybrushed again with gunbolt.
Cloth areas painted with mix of 1 part blue violet, 1 part salmon pink
Bone areas painted with blending of bonewhite and skull white
Based with bakingsoda/glue/paint.
Armour: Good, about 7/10
Horse: Average, 5/10
Barding: A little blotchy, 5/10
Pink bits: Nicely done, 6/10
Fur: Not liking the inking , 4/10
Horns: Messy and blotchy, 3/10
Overall: 5/10, Tabletop standard.
They dont look to bad for your first models I would have started with normal troops/core units to learn painting (there cheaper and if you screw one up you place him on the third or 4th rank ^^) anyway like most starters you are also using thick layers of paint making the model look . . .wats the word for it not obvious (srry i aint english). Therefor try to thin down your paint or paint several thin layers instead of one thick one. Also drybrushing the models would help the cloak doesn't look so bad as far as I can see it thats a + point also try to drybrush the tail of your horse so it gets a slightly other colour. Keep on painting you will learn this techniques faster then you think and within a month or 2 you should paint the models alot different then now. (At least that was my case).
However with that statement out of the way, I would say listen to ArchonBjorn. He has a really good tendency to not say stupid things and give bad advice.Learn from yesterday.
Live for today
Hope for tomorrow
They do look good.. a 7/10 from me.
Though they look more like Tzeentch then Slaanesh to me, they got to much blue on
Even though, good (Y)