It's just my paint style, high contrast and a bit of weatheringObviously i can't paint for s*** but.... it kinds feels like "I do airbrush shading!!". Immaculate work and a lot of smooth transitions but at the same tiem it lacks that feeling of reality, despite the mud etc.
I believe that I will show some miniatures painted for myself a bit different from thoseyour work is lovely! im no great painter but heres my 2 cents...its all the same...now i know that sounds stupid..but you work is so nice nothing stands out...theres no individuality...maybe some numbers or some extra detail just something to break it up abit..
please don't get me wrong its lovely stuff just lacking...hmm something..
Now it's speed painting, soon you will see my works for myself. I believe that feeling of over-airbushing will disappearIm gonna have to agree with the others, your stuff is great, but it has an over airbrushed feel to it, which is to say that they feel liked they have been airbrushed as far as its possible to to do for speed, i hate to say but as good as they are, they feel production line, im also not a fan of this airbrushed glow that seems to be getting slapped about on minis at the moment, its on everything, plasma,fire,lights and even on wolf eyes???
airbrushes are a great tool, i totally understand how they would be used in commission painting to make it viable to make money by speeding up the painting process, but i think their fast flat application of paint isnt ideal for giving miniatures character and "life".
im kinda getting a bit bored of the airbrushing trend thats snook into the hobby lately if im honest.
Thank you for your opinion! I appreciate honest feedbacks I promise I will think about what you said.I really really really really want to like your work. Its clean. its precise and its good. But honestly. no life to any of it no sense of realism or imperfections which in my opinion make models more realistic as its closer to what occurs in life. nothing is perfect nothing is 100% symmetrical all the time. and thats what brings minis to life. You came close with the harlequins notably in the hair and on the checker board patterns but thats also it.
You are a very good painter. But you are not particularly standing out from a lot of other miniature painting services that are out there. I would hope you use the criticism to rethink and possibly think of ways to stand out instead of getting frustrated or upset.
It's definitely comic style with some realistic elements like weathering This time I used only airbrush for base coat:the harlys are realy nice..as for a lot of the comments about the over airbrushed work..what style is your work? comic or realistic? because a lot of people are saying its not realistic enough..but if you look at your work as comic style its perfect..stay with you style..it nice and really well done..if youv got commission work then obviously there's a market for your style..stick with it