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    Really awesome metals. Given the article a bookmark as well!

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    This new piece is looking very nice, and the article on figurementors was great, very helpful. But you know what would be even better? If you flew to Chicago and gave me private coaching lessons on NMM, all on your own dime of course. That would be the best.

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    Superb article...I'll probably never be able to do it, but hey, one must try!
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    Been catching up on your articles over at figurementors. Brilliant stuff, very helpful!

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    Very slow on the painting front lately (real life getting in the way) managed to get an hour or so today so here is an update.
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    Looking great, Andy. I love how precisely you've picked out those nice shotgun shells. Texture on the pants looks nice, too, especially against that razor sharp NMM (which you need to help me with...).

    By the way, I read Broken Meats on the plane to Orlando two weeks ago... LOVED IT!

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    Cheers pall glad you liked the book his next one is better https://www.amazon.co.uk/Alien-Stars.../dp/B06VV9LXXJ

    if you want some NMM tips there's my article on Fugure Mentors http://figurementors.com/painting-th...-andy-gillaspy

    hope that helps mate
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    Already have Alien Stars, just need time to read it! It's not that I don't have any free time, but that modelling & painting seem to have claimed all mine!

    I've read your FigureMentors article a couple of times. It was one of the primary resources for my initial attempts at NMM. Could you maybe post a picture when you get a chance of how much paint you're applying as you work through the greyscale? Basically, when you talk about pulling paint in the article, how much am I hoping to pull? Could you maybe take a picture of a paint deposit on a paper towel showing how much you've got loaded before you touch the mini, as you mentioned before that you thought I might be flooding my minis sometimes? Similarly, as you make your way up through your gradations of highlight & shadow, how many applications are typically necessary to complete the 'move' from one gradation to the next? I know you can't give absolute rules, but I am just curious about the level of transparency to your paints as you paint NMM.
    I'm now using your recommended size 2 W&N, so I figure I'll be painting perfect NMM in no time, right? You guys make it look so easy! Keep up the great work, however limited your time to paint.

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    Will do when I get a mo just quickly you just need the tip of the brush I'm talking 3-4mm at most and you need it thinned right down think skimmed milk and also you need to see all the hairs of the brush no blobs of paint on the end. Layers hmm 10-15 should do the job.

    a little more done on straken.
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    Looking great Andy, really like the blue tones in the NMM. Your article is very good and shall be my reference point when I try NMM
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    The blues have worked great on the nmm
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    That arm is straight out of the Heavy Metal cover art!

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    Love you work Andy, always have done and it just seems to get better and better.
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    Really coming together nicely, Andy. Shotgun looks nice.
    The slightly different reds on the leg & headscarf add nice interest. Are you going to do a brightly glowing lens on his cybernetic eye or leave it fairly subtle?

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    Andy, I liked less colorful NMM hand more. With the rest of colors it is too much different bright colors to my taste.

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    Sorry persifal I am trying to put the colours of the alien plants into the metal.

    Nearly done one with this one got to do the base and I will redo the red bandana I think
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    Had a great time at Golden demon today met up with some top notch painters ....and Lee happy for Mally with a well deserved win for the big grotlin monster and david with gold for the big orc lad and steff with his nmm dwarf squad. Pleased as well with a couple of finalists pins for myself. Über high level with the awesome nagash getting the slayer sword.
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    Congratulations on the finalist pins Andy
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    Looks so good! Keep up the good work.

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    Great to meet you mate at last and be inspired by the likes of you and Lee.it was awesome to here your thoughts and plans.
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