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    weapon & the back
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    Completed
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    Continue working on Guilliman.
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    looks amazing!

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    Well done, it's great work you're doing

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    Just voted. This is freaking awesome work man!
    I'd love to be able to push my painting this far. Please post more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorb View Post
    Just voted. This is freaking awesome work man!
    I'd love to be able to push my painting this far. Please post more!
    Thank you for voting and comment!
    Yeah I need comment.
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    There's reaaaaaaaaally a lot of works to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigmar3 View Post
    Well done, it's great work you're doing
    Thank you!
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    Great job on the salamander. Love the shiny armor effect

    The blue one looks very promising already.

    As gorb already said in the comment, the NMM could use some more contrast. The deepest shadows could be darker and I would also add some small lights on the final highlights -> Edgehighlights/some small dots. If pure white is too harsh for your taste try something like ivory. But the positioning of light and shadows looks very good already and the NMM works
    Would also add some small lightdots on the armor to make it pop even more.

    Excited to see more Looks very very promising so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyAniDe View Post
    Great job on the salamander. Love the shiny armor effect

    The blue one looks very promising already.

    As gorb already said in the comment, the NMM could use some more contrast. The deepest shadows could be darker and I would also add some small lights on the final highlights -> Edgehighlights/some small dots. If pure white is too harsh for your taste try something like ivory. But the positioning of light and shadows looks very good already and the NMM works
    Would also add some small lightdots on the armor to make it pop even more.

    Excited to see more Looks very very promising so far.
    Thanks for comment and advice.
    I'm thinking how to paint the shadow of armour, for example, if I'm painting dark angel or Ultramarine's model, just add some black with green or blue? If the NMM of gold, that'll be brown + black?
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    That`s how I do it most of the time too. The shadows on the blue armor are already quite dark. Would add some dark blue+black only in the darkest spots. For Gold NMM it depends. If you use a quite yellow middle tone I`ld shade it with a reddish brown and in the deepest shadows with that brown + black. When I use a more green brown as midtone I just darken that down with black since it`s greenish already -> black + yellow usually ends up in a dirty greenish something ^^

    But the shadows on the gold NMM look quite good already. You should probably boost the highlights first to see how it develops. If the contrast isn`t high enough then you can still tweak the shadows with more black.
    Same for the armor. I think when you go a bit brighter on the edgehighlights and add some tiny light spots on the stomach plates it should probably be enough.

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    Marvelous work zero!!! Indeed!!

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    That shiny salamander is realy to notch, you're a true master when it comes to NMM. If I may give you one tip, try to paint fabrics less shiny then the great NMM you're doing. Fabric is not as reflective. Other than that : I can only dream to be ever half as good a painter as you are already.

    Cheers,

    Gino(2dope)

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    added more highlight on gold
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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodASmedium View Post
    Marvelous work zero!!! Indeed!!
    Thank you! I'm trying to be better!
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    Yep, better already. But you can still push the contrast further with edge highlights and some darklining in between the parts. It adds contrast and more definition for a even more tidy look (if you want to achieve such a look.

    I made a quick sketch to show you what I mean. I also enlarged and deepend the shadows a bit on the "feathers"

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    Edit: For the edge highlights, don't paint the whole edge. In my sketch it's probably a bit too much already. A consistent line might look odd. Concentrate on the edges where your highlight is sitting (since light is obviously hitting that spot) and break the line here and there. Don't frame the whole thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyAniDe View Post
    Yep, better already. But you can still push the contrast further with edge highlights and some darklining in between the parts. It adds contrast and more definition for a even more tidy look (if you want to achieve such a look.

    I made a quick sketch to show you what I mean. I also enlarged and deepend the shadows a bit on the "feathers"

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    Edit: For the edge highlights, don't paint the whole edge. In my sketch it's probably a bit too much already. A consistent line might look odd. Concentrate on the edges where your highlight is sitting (since light is obviously hitting that spot) and break the line here and there. Don't frame the whole thing.
    Thank you! It really helps. Can't wait to try it tonight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gino2dope View Post
    That shiny salamander is realy to notch, you're a true master when it comes to NMM. If I may give you one tip, try to paint fabrics less shiny then the great NMM you're doing. Fabric is not as reflective. Other than that : I can only dream to be ever half as good a painter as you are already.

    Cheers,

    Gino(2dope)
    Thanks for advice!
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    Damn these are pretty minis. Thanks for sharing. Now I am off to vote.

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