Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Rochester, Medway, Kent.
Best advice i think I can give is to slow down and take your time a little more, there are patches here and there where the paint is either patchy or missing, you really need to focus on getting a good solid coat down.
As you are going with EC in pink this is a godsend, prime the mini white then base coat the whole thing pink, armour, trim, joints, eyes, horns everything. Once you have the base coat down, hit it with the wash of your choice. Get the pink looking how you want it then, carefully and using a decent brush, go back and start picking out your details, all the stuff you didn't want pink. If its going to be metallic then start with a black base coat, apply this as carefully as you can, staying inside the lines as such, once this is done it will be far easier for you to see what's what. pick out the metallics where needed carefully and then wash them too.
Its a good choice of colours I just think the execution needs some working on.
Practice makes perfect!