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hey guys, so i just finished painting my wight lord for my VC army. its a classic model where i did i small conversion to it. i was thinking of entering it in my local hobby store's painting contest, and if you guys like it, maybe GD. btw, im a youngblood so its dont expect an excellent model. comments are greatly appreciated and suggestions on what to change are helpful because i want this model to be as best as posslibe.
feel free to look at the other models in the album, but they are a little outdated.
I like the painting on the model... especially the rust you have made on the blade and in the cut-off heads...
I have a little problem with the red though. Especially in the shoulder pad, and without knowing if it is intentional or not, the black primer underneath can be seen. And on the wings on the head the white is to bold, if you know what I mean!
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the boldness is slightly part to the light. and for the red in general, when i sprayed it with matt primer, it dulled the shine from the wash. i may go back over it with wash, but im not sure
I like him, all rusty and old looking. I agree that the red is a little too strong. It clashes with his old decayed look. I also think you should do something about his teeth. Teeth are a very important part of undead models. this is because Vampires are distinguished by thier fangs and the teeth of skeletons etc are clearly visible because the flesh has rotted away. In painting the undead special attention should always be given to thier teeth.
The problem with the teeth is that they seem to be big chunks of bone with no clear divide between the upper and lower jaw. I suggest that you take a fine detal brush a use a tiny amount of black and draw a line between the teeth. this doesn't have to very strong, just enough to show they are upper and lower teeth.
I really like him. I think that the whole piece is really well done- especially the cloak and the red armour.
Nice model. (See tips above). Certainly worth entering it in a local competition.
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