Critique for da CriticGod
That turned out looking really good. You should be proud of your work! =)
I can totally sympathize with that. The reason I painted this model was because it has been standing on my table for something like 2-3 months and just staring at me. I felt bad and thought it was time to finish it.it is just that I really don't like to paint large models...
Heh, totally know what you mean with that. This Wraithknight I got for a birthday present must have taken at least 2 1/2 months before I could call myself done with him.I can totally sympathize with that. The reason I painted this model was because it has been standing on my table for something like 2-3 months and just staring at me. I felt bad and thought it was time to finish it.
I know what you mean. It's the same problem I had with the blue hues ont he Daemon Prince, which is why it took me so long to paint the first one. I was afraid that they came out too cartoonish, so I might have to see what I do. Maybe a mix of the primer color and Emperors children, to take some of the edge of?Im not sure about using Emperors Children for the first highlights however as i think it might make them appear a little bit cartoon. on the other hand they are pink horrors so It could very well work.
Haha always glad to be of service! I will be looking forward to seeing your experiments as well ;DLooking forward to how you do your pink flesh aswell. I'm thinking of picking up a couple of spawns this weekend, and having an idea how to paint them is always nice
Oh I'm with you on that one. Truth be told I'm still having alot of trouble with it, especially on large flat areas, such as the axe head. I've kinda figured it out on bendy plates and armor, such as his thigh-plates, but the large areas are still a pain. I'm sure there's a easy trick or the like that I'm missing.I find it difficult to make them standout from each other but that's just me