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They appear fine to me. Maybe a black wash on the metal of the bike and some brown ink on the end of the exhaust pipes.
 

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How bout doing something to the shoulder guards?

A little color there always helps.

Perhaps thin your paint some more. It appears well overall, but a tad thick.

Besides that, great job!
 

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They look fine. You may want to add a bit more water to your paints as they look a bit chalky in places. You may want to highlight the raised areas of the models a bit more.
 

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water to paint is all about experience. If it "pulls back together" like water been brushed across a work board then its too thin. I tend to go 2:1 or 3:1 on the water depending on how thick the paint but even then its not an exact science.

Also look to remove the mold lines before you start. I know its a bore but to me having on running down a model like your bikers leg will destroy a paint job regardless of how good it is.

Also practice practice practice!!! Can't say it enough, i only got fast and good by building my confidence and just constantly painting. Its how my friends Tommy and Vicky became painting gods, and hopefully i'll arrive there to some time if i keep practicing.
 

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Skcuzzlebumm said:
Also look to remove the mold lines before you start. I know its a bore but to me having on running down a model like your bikers leg will destroy a paint job regardless of how good it is.
Thanks for catching that. I can't stand it either. It makes a well painted model look unfinished.
 

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I like the longfangs face, the armour is prett meh but i guess that the wip part. The biker pic is a weird angle. Ulrics back pack looks cool, i'd have his dangly bits a different colour :)
 

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You want your paint/water mix to basically be the consistency of milk, just slightly thicker than water really. That will really help out the paint on the models.

One thing I would work on is the smoothness of your layers. The front corner of the bike is a perfect example: the greys are very stark next to each other. Try adding in another couple of layers in between that are a mix of the two paints. This will help smooth out the transitions from light to dark and make the model appear more realistic.

Nice jobs so far though. Keep it up.
 
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