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So this is my first time using GW paints and i have just finished my wolf scouts :)

Any comments/tips are more than welcome! :)

Just a quick line up.

 

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That's a mint job for a first try mate. I'd definitely recommend looking to heavier washes as Torealis said above, though your highlights are excellent!
 

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Nicely done! I also agree with B&K here. These are more than sufficient for table top standards so getting onto the next unit(s) would definitely be a good idea. As you progress, you'll probably come back to the earlier painted units for further highlights or detailing as you hone in of specific techniques and ideas.
 

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My excuse for poorly painted models is "I'm new to painting. I'll get better with time!"

You have just ruined that excuse for me, forever...

Awesome job though mate! I agree with B&K and Wookiepelt here though, these are perfectly good for games - get another squad done! (Unless you're focusing solely on painting perfection, in which case - more washes! :p )
 

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Well done! Get crackin on the next squad, more advanced techniques will become interesting for you when you get comfortable with your current skill level :)
 

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Well done! Now to next squad! Painting can be addicting, so watch out and take a pause every 2 hours or so ;)
 

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Agree with the sentiments above, thats a corking effort for your first squad :wink:
 

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For a first effort? Very, very nice! :good:

Have yourself a cookie mate! :good:
 

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Thanks for all the positive feedback :D Working on my "pallette" marine as i like to call it of my wolf guard ,basically i paint one of the squad and scribble down all the paint mixes and stuff i used for him then i move onto block painting the rest of them :p

Thanks again! :)
 
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