Now I can see them. Only needed to press F5 a couple of times
Looks good IMO.
The things you got to work on is the bone-colors. Now it looks like you have painted Skull white right on black, whcih doesn't work. When I paint bone, I begin with black and paint schorched brown on it. This is followed by a layer of Bestial Brown and later a final highlight of Snakebite leather. Then I paint bleached bone carefully on top of it untill I get the sesired result. The bleached bone is then followed by a final, thin highlight of skull white.
The white cloths need improvement as well, altough I am not good at painting white so I can't give you any tips there.
The sword looks flat, another color shod have been a better choice also to use more colors then just one. You get a really big white area. The yellow need a wash, maybe a thinned out yellow + brown or yellow + flesh wash. It need some shades.
The hair are painted over black? Have you used white as base over the black, if not you shod do that. The colors looks dull. The face also need some shades, a dark wash or own mixed colors that are tinned out. Some dark red shod look good.
The purple also need some shades. Are the "spots" on the purple yellow or gold? It shod look better if you had some shade where the purple meets the gold.
The gem looks nice and so dose the green. Over all the colors looks a bit thick. Have you used white or black under coat?
I shod use white if you paint a model with those bright colors.
It looks like you have given it a go and tried out some new stuffs. Its good that way co can become a better painter. Over all there is two things that can be improved. The shades and the thick color.
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