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How can you avoid them?!

I keep playign with the ratio of thinning my paints, i think now the only problem is how many brush marks you can see.

Every layer is uneven-darker in some, lighter in others-- andfull of brush marks!

What methods are you guys using to get crisp paint layers like this?!:

http://www.vulkansforge.org/images/smsaft001.jpg
 

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It comes as a result of doing quite a few layers Anph. If you are going over a black basecoat with red say, you will need to do 3-4 very thin coats to even it up like that. The mini you posted a link here was most certainly NOT painted quickly. Doesn't take forever either but not quick.
 

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Okay, good.

I had my layer dry, it looks marginally better and was hoping that another layer would help. Thanks for the assurance.

And now i understand the different strokes someone posted (sorry! cant remember who!)

You said up down left right horizontal up my ass etc. I guess a different one for each LAYER.

Boy, that clears up my shit. Thanks again.
 
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