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    looking good so far, perhaps a touch more contrast in with darker shadows though

  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyotebreaks View Post
    looking good so far, perhaps a touch more contrast in with darker shadows though
    Thanks I'll give it a try

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    Uruk-hia Scout is finished

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    http://www.coolminiornot.com/402779

    I tried the stippling method on the leathers, what do you think?

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    Back busy on Samwise the Brave, added more contrast in the darker shadows as suggested and finished some brown leathers

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    Reduce the amount of highs on the horse, add more mid tones. If you look from distance it looks flat. Some blue glazes in the deepest points will add more contrast

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    Thanks, added so mid tones and first try at NMM on the sword

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    Started on the next model's horse:

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    What do you think?

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    Lake-town guard: this is my first really attempt of Zenithal Highlighting, any C&C are welcome.

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    http://www.coolminiornot.com/403858

  10. #30

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    Good first effort at zenithal highlighting. I like the contrast achieved on the coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KruleBear View Post
    Good first effort at zenithal highlighting. I like the contrast achieved on the coat.
    Thanks, any advice so I can improve?

  12. #32

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    Keep pushing the contrasts. I continue to have problems doing this on my minis. For example on the armor add a few spots of a lighter silver for highlights example: top edge/tip of sword, peak of the helmet, and the front edge of the helet rim. It looks like you have used some darker metals or washes to build shadows, so focus on the highlights next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KruleBear View Post
    Keep pushing the contrasts. I continue to have problems doing this on my minis. For example on the armor add a few spots of a lighter silver for highlights example: top edge/tip of sword, peak of the helmet, and the front edge of the helet rim. It looks like you have used some darker metals or washes to build shadows, so focus on the highlights next.
    Thanks for the advice!

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    Not bad at all for such a small figure. Nice texture to the horse. Some purple greens in the shadows on the cloak will help push the contrast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf the Grey View Post
    Not bad at all for such a small figure. Nice texture to the horse. Some purple greens in the shadows on the cloak will help push the contrast.
    Thanks for the positive comment and advice!

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