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  1. I didn't even get that far. He steamrollered over the format within 5 minutes which I found excruciating.
  2. This is pretty fucking cool: Also builds like this: https://www.warhammer-community.com/2021/07/19/meet-the-powerful-kruleboyz-shaman-whos-best-mates-with-kragnos-or-so-he-claims/
  3. Haha, yeah I hear you. Actually I use photographs of my unfinished minis to locate errors as my eyesight is getting worse and worse. I have to use a magnifying glass for anything really tiny, especially faces, and I frequently don't even realise I've missed a target until I zoom in on a photo I've taken. I've been meaning to start a thread on mini photography for a while, but basically the above post is the sum total of what I do. Interested to see what others do though, and I still haven't found a good way of taking pix on a white background.
  4. I also did this vid about how I take my photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CPSfMHlH9A_/
  5. I have a load of spare Mortal Realms sprues you can have for P&P only if you're interested! You'd be doing me a favour if you wanted them, honestly. Ah yes, so for the background I've simply blended in a photo of some clouds I took myself a couple of years ago, using a free app called Picsart. I don't always do that - I sometimes post a "dry" studio shot on my Insta of the same model. But I always make some adjustments prior to that which I show in this video if you're interested: https://www.instagram.com/p/CPP6-2Yne9n/ So before any tweaks whatsoever (including cropping) it looked like this: And before adding the clouds it looked like this: I think I applied the vignette again after the clouds had been added - making the edges of the photo jet black really helps focus the eye I find.
  6. I know you don't need (and didn't ask for) any advice, but a simple light dry brush of Corax White all over would really make him pop. I've been doing some Nighthaunt myself this week. I have a weird love/hate relationship with them due to the "Is it a cloak, or is it smoke?" design. But I rattled this off over three nights and it was a nice change of pace from the intricate details of these Cursed City models (which I swear I will never finish).
  7. Far too tidy. Needs a pile of kitchen towel soaked in spilled Nuln Oil, and a carpet of plastic shavings, at the very least.
  8. The truffle flavour ones are pure crack
  9. it was probably the best painted, but I just really enjoyed the narrative and movement of @Albert Fish’s entry.
  10. I'm not gonna make it this month. I could rush something, but I'm out this evening and it's just not going to happen. Next time!
  11. I’ve started mine but I’ve bitten off a bit too much with a large creature, armour, and a face to paint. The Dracoline is coming along though: (I lost the base, in case you were wondering)
  12. It is possible to drop washes into specific areas, but I find it challenging unless it’s a really obvious crevice. The detail on the models you’re painting looks quite shallow to me, but I’d be curious to see how the guy in the videos you’ve been watching does it if you have a link. Pin washes are fun. You need something like Tamiya panel line accent colour which is formulated to magically flow into recesses: Its not applicable as much on fantasy miniature figures, but yours look a bit more like they might benefit from it.
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