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June 9, 2011 by bassace
I like how shiney your metals look but the paint looks rather thick and some of the non-metalics are pretty rough looking. I think you would do well translating your vision to the actual model by practicing your brush control and working with thinner paints on a pallet. Keep painting, keep looking for advice, and don’t give up! The photo looks a bit out of focus too, but I cannot give any hints there since my own photography is barely passable.
Yes the picture is out of focus and does not give the model justice in the flesh. Sound advice with the paint looking thick I probably used too many layers of greys and silvers.
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