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Try using Blazing Orange, or even cut that 1:1 with Blood Red/Blazing Orange. That should avoid the mustard look you were mentioning.
well i dont have blazing orange.. maybee if i mix red gore and skull white.. will try that later
That will make pink
Overall it looks good. only thing that bothers me is that it looks like you didnt dry brush, instead you "outlined" him. Otherwise, good work. Specially the face and chest, good stuff.
I think that if you creaned up his chest with some straight Shining Gold he would have a "cleaner" look to him
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well im mostly happy with the chest and head. i wanted a fresh skull look
hmm so how do i make a lighter red out of red gore or blood red?
If you use white, you will end up with pink. Try a yellow (Bad Moon Yellow for light, Golden Yellow for slightly warmer) or possibly even Bleached Bone mixed in.Originally Posted by Astroth
You could also add a flesh color as well - though that will make the red look faded and pale. Good for orks - You would have to experiment to see if you like it for this.
It's a decent table top figure - though you should go back and try to straighten and maybe blend the highlight lines on the armor and clean up any paint areas that spilled over. Highlights are a bit high contrast.
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Looks like tabletop quality. My advice is to paint a little more carefull becuase I think the highlights look kind of messy. Also more water into the paint before applying it to the figure.
well the only brusch i got is GW standard brucsh i want to get a good detail brush but it is down at the club.. .S