Agentarrow wrote:I really like the variation in the bone color on the model. Is that all from the quickshade? Because that gives beautiful subtle tones all over.
Aside from Demorte's suggestions, I can only add a little bit:
On your bronze parts it looks like you're having trouble getting a smooth result. Try layering on a light brown first, then thinning your bronze to the point where you are almost painting on water (or acrylic thinnner if you have it, it works leaps and bounds better than water for metallics) and do a few light coats. Then, once done go back and trace the lines in the Tau symbol, or the center of the "screw head" pieces with a wash. The wash will want to seep into the cracks rather than pool on the surface and will give the contrast you desire. You can go back and touch up the bronze if needed after.
Demorte wrote:Which means my suggestion is double stamped by AA and Ell RIGHT!?
The official seal of approval
You used big words, but if AA approves it then I do as well. Alright, going back to the Upper Concourse now where I know what's going on. -L'R
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