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Join date : 2010-04-02
|Subject: Re: My Eldar squad Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:05 am|| |
Thank you all!
@ w-o-t-w: don't be so hard about your models, you've got them all painted nicely, that's important. Half of mine are still unpainted!
I try giving my best with these models, because I already spent hours to convert some of them.
To be honest, sometimes I'm really tempted to paint the rest of them more quickly and with less detail, just to get them done.
But I can only repeat: read up on the basic techniques, get some good brushes and take your time for each model, then your models will look awesome!
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|Subject: Re: My Eldar squad Mon Oct 11, 2010 5:26 pm|| |
w-o-t-w: HA! Cry me a river man... 90% of my models are unpainted. Stupid TLRB! Hehehe... Seriously, you are doing an awesome job of your models. Having Laney as an oppenent could put anyone down... BUT NOT YOU! You keep painting AND improving! Like Citizen_Khaine said:
If you have any questions about what he means by good brushes... I suggest you re-read this post and talk to Master Kiwi!!!!
- Citizen_Khaine wrote:
- But I can only repeat: read up on the basic techniques, get some good brushes and take your time for each model, then your models will look awesome!
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