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This is a piece I did in a painting trade.
The base it rather basic, as the mini was already on it when I was given it to paint. It also needed a rather good clean before hand, as it was a fairly old mini from the guys bitz box lol.
Im happy with the plasma and power sword. And I love the way the armour has come out.
I think the only major thing that might let it down is the face. I need to work on that area.
So any help or tips would be welcome, considering people will vote on CMoN but wont comment.
Boba: Can you post that info on your faces again please?
Nice i really like the metallic looking armor, maybe give the face an flesh wash or two, it might bring it down and show some detail (by bring it down i mean the fact that the face is right there, like when you look at the model the first thing you see is the face)
Ta dude. I dont really need any tips on what to do it that particular model, as its finished. So I wont be doing any more to it.
Just possible tips and what not for the future.
See I dry brushed the face, and got told after it was a no-no =^.^=;;
I do like how the Sword and the armour have come out though. The Red armour has made me want to buy a Another Lt and a Squad of Khorne, just to paint.
well then for future models with skin, start with browns, and work your way up to the colour of skin you want, then use a flesh wash. Or unless your really good with highlighting you wont need the wash How did you paint the armor?
-A coat of Scab Red over a black undercoat.
-Followed by a Red Gore over that.
-Then there was some Blood Red over that...though only a little.
-Then I highlighted and drybrushed some areas with Blazing Orange.
-Then Red Ink'ed it. Which turned the orange to that highlighted red that you can see in some places.
Ta for the tips on the face
Nice work on the model as a whole, but the face looks kinda pale and lifeless, perhaps more suitable to nurgle. Next time, try for a darker base colour of browns, and work your way through sucessive highlights and flesh washes. This looks realy good if you do a fleshwash every 2 layers or so, and brings a realy nice look to the model.