Discussion in 'Personal Paint Logs' started by Lileah, May 13, 2017.
I bloomin' hate that Cold One model, but your paint job is good
Welcome to LO! The cold one looks pretty good so far but I'd defs agree with you that's slightly lighter drybrush will help define the scales a little better. The only other thing that i can see needs improvement is your whites look a little thick but you'll get more comfortable with thinning paints down as you paint more models.
Thank you, one day I'll probably take you up on that.
Thank you! Most units will probably be a bit more colourful as I paint along... ^^
Yes, it was, thankfully.
Thank you, I'm gonna upload a couple of pictures in a few minutes of my "Chief Cold One".
Yeah, parts of them feels a bit square/boxish and from what I've understood there are better ones in another army? Thank you, I appreciate that! ^^
Thanks! I'm glad I found my way here!
Yes, I feel so as well about the highlights and I'm awaiting my paint delivery since I've got some good dry paints in there. I could probably thin down the whites quite a bit more, yeah. I really appreciate all feedback I can get! I've got a lot to learn...
My chief! Primed in white, probably a way too thin coat since I can't really tell a difference in the colours from the ones primed in black... :/
Some black shading on the gold helmet and neckpiece. (Nuln Oil)
Followed the Warhammer TV tutorial on how to do the feathers(on the Skink Priest) since I really love those colours on the feathers except that I also detailed with some blue at the ends, and some reds as well, to really emphasize that tropical rainbow feeling.
(Just realized I've forgotten to shade the nose and teeth...well, it's far from done anyway... )
Very nice. The feathers look fantastic!
Looks awesome! The blend on the feathers turned out amazing.
I have yet to find out the difference between priming with black or white when you apply a solid coat of paint. I guess older paints (like those of 5 years ago) were less quality and didn´t manage as much coverage as now, and then the primer colour would show, but not now. What I find white primer good for is for wash-painting and for light colours simply for the fact that less coats are needed.
NICE JOB ON THE FEATHERS, THOSE CAN BE TRICKY.