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Looks good, but would definately benefit from some highlights/shading. Even an ink wash will do.
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That looks very good. Half the paint job is keeping everything neat. But as said, it will benefit from some shading. An ink wash over the skin would enhance the look of the model by a long way.
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i agree with bid, it is very crisp but there is no shading
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Maybe a little highlighting to bring out his features.
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I like it a lot, although as BID said it could use some highlights.
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What inkwash do you guys advise me? And i will certainly drybrush it soon, just did not have the right paint at the moment <_<
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I like how the paint is neat and all, plus the color scheme is very creative, albeit unnatural. You need to give it an ink wash for shades. Too much flat color gets real boring.