autumn glade guard (WIP)

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autumn glade guard (WIP)

Postby Dooppie » 19 Sep 2005, 19:29

At the moment I am trying too paint a unit Glade guard.
Now I am not sure about the look of models.
here are some WIP pictures:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v219/ ... rcher2.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v219/ ... rcher1.jpg

I try too give my army a late autumn look.
Lot of leafs are coming on the base, trees have almost no leafs, it's almost winter.
No green leafs and it's lot of raining (lot of water on base).
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Postby Johannes| » 19 Sep 2005, 19:34

well..
it's a good start

Definatly just a begin tho. I can't judge it actually, it could become really beautiful, but it could just as well get terrible :P
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Postby emoe » 19 Sep 2005, 20:04

lookss very autemy :P

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Postby philleehellphia » 19 Sep 2005, 20:18

Well. It's a good start. Perhaps highlight the colours a bit more.
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Postby Dooppie » 02 Oct 2005, 19:50

At the moment I paint 20 Glade guards this collour combo:
http://photobucket.com/albums/v219/Doop ... ftheme.jpg

brownred part (cavalry brown) become high lighted with blood red (GW collour).
Still red is a hard thing too high light...some people can give me advice?
I have not much experiance with high lighting.
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Postby emrys » 02 Oct 2005, 20:24

for higlighting reds i start with scoched brown base then mix in more and more blood red for each highlight the last higligh is mix of blood red and fiery orange.

Another bit of advise I would give the skin a flesh wash followed by anotherr elf flesh highlight to bring out the detail in the models
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