Bloodknife92 wrote:Your shading in the armour grooves is superb! Mine pales in comparrison I'm very impressed, and await more images of progress
Tael wrote:I'm definitely liking the centre model, really good contrast between the shdes of brown and the Grey skull cap just finishes it off well
Bloodknife92 wrote:Nah I was talking about the one on the right.
nix0n wrote:Bloodknife92 wrote:Nah I was talking about the one on the right.
Oh that one?! Yeah that was completely pain in the back! And I am not really sure if I am ready to accomplish such task again any time soon. Thanks to Arka's guide I was able to neaten up the leg panels but that took way too much time and nerves. To achieve any decent result with that technique I think it is too time consuming for such a massable unit.
There is something what I want to try on my "easier/faster" method is that when I mix the 1:2 wash light wash mixture I add a drop of soapy water to break up the water tension. What people have told me that the mixture will flow much more naturally to the deeper details of the miniature leaving the even surfaces almost without any wash, and so the darker tones will concentrate in the crevices without me touching up those smaller panels with anything else.
nix0n wrote:Lenses are a hard one since I find it hard to find a good cemplementing color for the main armor color.
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