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I just "finished" my first guardsman. I used a brown ink... would a wash have been less shiny? If I used a matte sealer, will it get rid of the shine? Also, the shoulder, shins, pack, and gun are all drybrushed with Reaper "gun metal". It looks white in the pics so I just thought I'd clarify. I also need to drill the barrell (no drill at the moment)
Anything I should change? Critisizim is much appreciated.
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Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; April 16th, 2007 at 12:54.
Nice paint work....
one thing think you need to dim down the green pipes a little....
ps have you seen my thread of my Remegades? Chaos guards
Mmmmm... shiny! LOL - seriously though - what's up with the shine? Hard to tell the colors apart from each other...
I think it looks good, but as you said, a bit shiny.
It is the ink that makes it so and yes, a wash is much to prefer.
I also think you could add some highlights to the model, it seems a bit flat now. This could of course be just the photo, god knows what my camera does to my minis... it's strange.
I think you'll have a really nice army once you finished your renegades and I'm looking forward on seeing more of them
I posted all my models too.
http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ad.php?t=91553 (LatD pics WiP)
Lot of work ahead of me...