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  1. #41

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    Painted a little more on the minis. Got all the scabbards done. I’m also getting this weird effect with the paint. I feel like it’s super thin but it seems to dry kind of ... funky?

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  2. #42

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    I’ve almost completed the base coating on all the models. I’m going to shade before painting the beard as I will shade that with a milder shade color. Let me know what you guys think! I need the critique, good or bad.

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  3. #43

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    Looking as smooth as a babies bottom!

    If your feeling like teying something it might help the models muscles snd definition of their shape a bit more pronounced. Go in and hit these places(the darkest parts of any model where sun don’t shine. Take let’s say whatever wash you used for the global shading and add some agrac to it- don’t thin any of this . Apply to these areas-under the armpits,the neck and down the sides of the ribcage- your dine. You have now shaded and defined the darkest regions !!!

  4. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by BloodASmedium View Post
    Looking as smooth as a babies bottom!

    If your feeling like teying something it might help the models muscles snd definition of their shape a bit more pronounced. Go in and hit these places(the darkest parts of any model where sun don’t shine. Take let’s say whatever wash you used for the global shading and add some agrac to it- don’t thin any of this . Apply to these areas-under the armpits,the neck and down the sides of the ribcage- your dine. You have now shaded and defined the darkest regions !!!
    will do! I got them completed basecoated today so now I will focus on shading and highlighting.

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  5. #45

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    Great to see you back on the forums, Shrine! These barbarians look like cool sculpts and I like what you're doing with them so far! I think the highlights are where these models are really going to start to shine, especially on the skin. Keep your paint thin as you work on the skin and I think you'll have really impressive results. I look forward to seeing more updates in the near future!

  6. #46

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    Kuribo - thanks man. Haven’t had a chance to paint much this month, life has been busy. I’ll post some updates soon though.

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