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  1. These are both Nolzur's.
  2. I am very pleased with how this one came out
  3. Good subtle highlights. You showed more restraint than I have by not going ham lol.
  4. I can tell you didn't stop trying after like the first one. Really good consistent quality on all of them
  5. Love the robe highlights. Also great job mixing the skin color.
  6. Love how distinct the artstyle is, the shading especially. The quality of painting is really consistent across the whole figure.
  7. This is the turst militia swordsman from this set form the critical role series by wizkids. https://www.miniaturemarket.com/wzk90468.html
  8. Picked both of these up for 5 bucks at my local shop. Shows some of my improvements in how I use shading. Still not perfect. https://www.miniaturemarket.com/wzk90326.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&adpos=&scid=scplpWZK90326&sc_intid=WZK90326&gclid=CjwKCAjwopWSBhB6EiwAjxmqDUmAOoQiF6QakWMYZveN6ToXP8VaVdWg3txX_KSnBxcnwraVjk4ONhoCHcIQAvD_BwE
  9. I like the detail on the gun a lot
  10. Did this one for a friend who used to plat WoW back in the day, and had a pandera character. If you want this model. Look up 'Panda Shaman Miniature' and it should show up. It's free.
  11. I would argue that the darkness of the figure is due to me having it under a really bright light while painting. In the future, I'll be sure to be conscious of this and make it more contrasting. I did highlight the cape and robes quite a lot but I don't know if I overdid with the nuln oil or if the light just made it look brighter than it was while I painted. I also noticed the lumps in the paint and would like to work on even coating in the future. I've also been on the lookout for a good sized dowel and some poster putty for my paints so this becomes less of an issue. In regards to the staff, this is a pewter figure and when I bend it, it cracks, so I decided not to mess with it too much. Personally, I think it gives the figure some personality. Regarding the gloss, it might have been the light or maybe the nuln oil. Either way, I'm going to grab some dullcote today. I appreciate the feedback and I look forward to posting here more. Lol the robes are supposed to be green. It definitely looked way more green when I was painting it. In general, the contrast looked way better while I painted, so I'll definitely have to make my next mini brighter. I think it just looked brighter when I was painting it, so I'll be sure to up the contrast in general when I paint my next one. I do like the comment on the belt pouch, and I'll keep that in mind for the next one Also those are feathers lol.
  12. I think some of the other replies put it best. It turned out a bit too dark and in the future, I'll try and make some colors brighter to up the contrast, also some areas are a bit globby. You're right. I don't know how it got like that but I'll try some matte varnish next time.
  13. I originally considered it 'done' after about an hour and change of painting, but then made about an hour's worth of tiny edits, mostly to the face. How could I improve this one? (The eyes are supposed to look like that, I hate doing eyes so I just made this guy have really shadowy magical eyes) BTW this is 'the raven' figure by reaper
  14. Just put a thin layer on. I think you're right.
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