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I added many pic's tonight.
I think this is the link: Dark Elves
Excellent! I really like the Hydra, the level of detail is great!
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks.Originally Posted by Pierced53
I will tell you right off that the only Talent I have in painting. Is that i'm VERY neat with a steady hand. I don't mix colors, do conversions or much of anything fancy at all!!
That Hydra was originally copied from the Dark Elf book and looked quite similar. Due to my finishing error....it deviated from the norm! lol That was my first monster I've done in a VERY long time. I had to buy paints all over again. With the primer mistake. I debated stripping it and redoing it like the book, but a moment of inspiration overcame me and I went with orginal painting schemes. ie.....not like everything else I do where I copy the color schemes straight from the books.
I've been playing my standard 2k force, but want to expand it to more options. I still need to paint my Cauldren of blood, Mengils manflayers, Shades and Harpies.
Last edited by Romulus; September 1st, 2005 at 17:44.
Well, once you have painted the models in need of a paint job, post them, too! :cool:
I'd be interested to see a picture or your 2000 Points force, in all its glory!
Once again, thanks for sharing!
They're not bad. But... the metalics look quite flat and bland. A watered black ink wash should do there. Also the colours in all look flat and bland, I don't know if you've highlighted or shaded but I suggest you do it as it can make models look lots better.
The freehand on the banners looks smooth and well done, also is the COK's shields got some on? I dislike the DR, the rider blends too well with the mount and horse seems to have no highlights - it's just plain black. And the corsair, his cloak blends togther too much IMO; I'd have highlighted the scales more to seperate them from the cloth between them.
In all not bad, just keep practicing.
Keep in mind I have no talents other than being neat and clean on my brush strokes. For example I'm not really sure what you mean by highlighting? I dry brush many areas to raise the scales and wash various items. I try to keep it simple and clean.Originally Posted by King Ulrik Flamebeard
The flatness may be due to the Flat/Matt Finish sprayed on them for protection.