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Overall all I can say is.. PINK!!!
You addressed the lighting concerns and it does make it a bit hard to see what is what exactly but from what I can see.. The skin looks extremely flat, as in a near white [or white itself] shade with little or no shading. I have seen use of purple and pink as well as inks to tie them in well - perhaps a glaze of purple but keeping it heavy around the breast area. The pink on the hair and claws is alright but in my opinion could have done better with a few different layers and shading, highlighting etc.
One thing I really do not like is the multicoloured mounts. To me an army should look uniformed, like they belong there. To me these just don't work, the colours distract from the whole look and make them seem haphazard.
Overall not bad, I quite like but a few things I feel could be done better.
I actaully agree with this but have a suggestion - I know you are finished with these and probably have no inclination to change but one thing that might work and yet still create a similar feel is to all a little bit of each color to all of them. Blending the colors together to give that chaotic magical shimmering of color. Probably more suitable to Tzeench but hey...Originally Posted by King Ulrik Flamebeard
Otherwise decent looking army. I would add some black lining or dark lining - especially around the pink/purple areas to better define the figures.
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Nice DL, although the colours of the mounts tends to standout from the rest of the army. Maybe keeping them blueish/purple colour would blend them into the army abit more (mainly its the yellow thats awkward in the army).
On a side note, havent i seen you in the Battle Bunker (with your strange pleasure seeker conversion)? If it is, then nice pleasure seekers youve been working on...look forward to see them painted up...
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Not bad at all..
I'd have mixed up a more pastel shade of whatever colour you're using for the daemonette claws/hair and drybrushed it over the top, myself. They look extremely nice with pale pink hair and white skin.
Also, get some shadow grey, water it right down and paint a little onto the bits of the skin which would be shadowy, like the armpits and the undersides of breasts. It looks like you've done something like this a bit, but it could handle a bit more. Maybe it's a photo thing though.