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    Talking Hi, i'm new in the Forum and i have a few questions

    Hi guys and gals, i'm really new in this hobby and this is my first post, so... HII! .

    Well i just want to ask you when i can upload my miniature pictures for being slaughtered by unstoppable and ultraobjective critics.
    Also i like to play in Vassal Warmahordes while i'm improving my painting skills to paint the actual Cryx army that i bought some time ago.

    Thanks for everything. See you!

    Drasky

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    Welcome!
    Post pics now!

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    Here or on the gallery ? They are probably not worthy for the gallery :P , they are try to be lvl 2 (BTP system... ). I just want to get TTP quality and the learn basing and the rest ( not try to do everything at the same time )







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    Quote Originally Posted by vondrasky View Post
    Hi guys and gals, i'm really new in this hobby and this is my first post, so... HII! .
    WELCOME

    Well i just want to ask you when i can upload my miniature pictures for being slaughtered by unstoppable and ultraobjective critics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vondrasky View Post
    Here or on the gallery ?
    Probably the best place is in either of the three main Painting orientated Forums:- Discuss Submissions, Painting and Conversions and Works in Progress.
    Any of these will get you some feedback
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    In regard to the pictures you've put up I'd like to suggest that you dilute your paints a little more. This will mean more coats but will help prevent detail getting obscured, I think you also need to work a little bit more on your brush control as the Sister Repentia shows some overpainting which detracts a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonsreach View Post
    In regard to the pictures you've put up I'd like to suggest that you dilute your paints a little more. This will mean more coats but will help prevent detail getting obscured, I think you also need to work a little bit more on your brush control as the Sister Repentia shows some overpainting which detracts a bit.
    Thanks a lot for the critic!

    It's true, the Repentia was overpainted because i want to solve mistakes in the sword and other parts ( first time and very bad brushes wasn't the best ).
    And yes i need to dilute my paint or find better ones, i use some national ones that are not good at all and I'm trying to get Citadel paints in a few weeks. I know that Vallejo is better but is very hard to find that kind of material here, we are really a very small community here.
    The picture are not really good, the Dark Elf and the hound looks far more better than what the picture show. I gonna search for some tips/tutorials to make better shots of my work.

    Thanks a lot!!!

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    Don't stress about paint really. If Gw paints are what is availiale that is awesome. I use only Gw paints even tho i own pp and vajelo. Same with the brushes. At your level Gw brushes are good enough. I use a Gw basecoat brush for 80per cent of my work. And only swivg to higher quality brushes if i really need to.

    Learn to use your skill and develop yourself. Don't rely on 'the best' equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommie Soule View Post
    Don't stress about paint really. If Gw paints are what is availiale that is awesome. I use only Gw paints even tho i own pp and vajelo. Same with the brushes. At your level Gw brushes are good enough. I use a Gw basecoat brush for 80per cent of my work. And only swivg to higher quality brushes if i really need to.

    Learn to use your skill and develop yourself. Don't rely on 'the best' equipment.

    T
    I will do that them , right now i have 2 W&N Water Colour Sable ( a 0 and 00 ) for basecoat and detail, and also a plantec 000 syntetic (way better to mantain the tip but it's no flexible at all.

    And about paitings i'll probably stay with Gw until vallejo comes, i have a lot of tutorials from GirlPainting based on GW paints that are spectacular for the level that i want to get right now.

    Thanks a lot for your advice .

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    i´d give the gw painting guides a go, for a basic learning, they´re quiet helpful! also if you have a hobby store with painting tables in your town thats great, looking at people who are better at painting is always the best way to learn=) brush control, getting a few paints and learning highlighting/shadowing should get you a good start!

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    Thanks Ischa, i'll give it a try.

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