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She turned out even more LOVELY than your W.I.P. thread promised. Your  brushwork & basing are OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE!

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Oh, she’s wonderful. I love the purple hair!

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She looks stunning :wub:

 

I like the milky water.

But if it is not what you were going for, you might have a bad bottle.

Did you shake it?

 

I use Vallejo Still Water a lot and never had this problem.

So maybe you need another bottle?

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Thanks for all the comments!

 

4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

She looks stunning :wub:

 

I like the milky water.

But if it is not what you were going for, you might have a bad bottle.

Did you shake it?

 

I use Vallejo Still Water a lot and never had this problem.

So maybe you need another bottle?

 

I think it's just gotten a bit old, but I've never had much luck making water bases, at least this is a step up from the cracking I usually get.

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22 minutes ago, aku-chan said:

Thanks for all the comments!

 

 

I think it's just gotten a bit old, but I've never had much luck making water bases, at least this is a step up from the cracking I usually get.

 

The Still Water in a bottle is meant for shallow water.

There is also Water Effects, which is a paste, that one needs to be applied in layers and starts out white, dries clear and can be used for a little deeper water.

 

But for deep water you need resin/epoxy stuff, I have not yet tried that.

 

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44 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

The Still Water in a bottle is meant for shallow water.

There is also Water Effects, which is a paste, that one needs to be applied in layers and starts out white, dries clear and can be used for a little deeper water.

 

But for deep water you need resin/epoxy stuff, I have not yet tried that.

 

 

So that's where I've been going wrong for all these years!

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Beautiful - love the deep rich colors against the browns. The birght colored flowers play off that too - great composition - I like the water effect, it looks like there is mist or fog

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