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Very nice figure! Worthy of a Table top for sure... More impressive even because you just started, but I assume that you did some painting before with enamels maybe? Try some watered down brown ink on the scrolls, and maybe black or chestnut on the gold of the weapon - those will add quick shading effect... Like the blue barells!
And welcome to the LO!!!
Very impressive for your first, i can see you worked hard on it. Good job on the highlights on the grey and barrel, yeah i think you should ink it also, inking = amazing-ness-itity... for the grey, it seems... sand paper like is it the picture or the model? and i would touch up the stuff on the head, looked like you tried highlights, i would suggest a darker grey or something caleld lamp grey : 50/50 bleached bone/chaos black.
Otherwise, very impressive for your first, good luck on the rest of yuor paintaing adventures =D
very good for your first paint job! i particularly like how youve used a non standard GK paint scheme
i agree with Smok on the ink wash- will tone down the scrolls a bit
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Thank you all for the warm welcome! The photos are to bright/overexposed, so all the shading on white and gold is almost invisible.
How should I highlight the black part of armour, to look metalic and not flat? I tried with drybrushing and I'm also not satisfied, but you have to begin somewhere. I've read something about NMM but I can't imagine how to use this technique.
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