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Good job! 

 

I'd like to see you start taking pics with a neutral background so that your camera focuses only upon the figure and not things in the background such as fingers or other objects :;):

 

Hah! Yeah, not a bad idea. Need better lighting and a backdrop. 

 

 

 Many useful tips in SHUTTERBUG.

 

I cut up a cardbox, lined it with alufoil. put my daylight desktop lamp in front, and put a bakdrop behind the mini.

Actually I just googled backdrop and printed a few out. Works fine so far.

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He looks good & the next one you do will look even better. Ours a very forgiving craft; i.e., you can always go back to do some addition shading, highlights, work on the base, or whatever just to bring a piece up to current standards. Keep up the GREAT WORK!

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Really nice job!

 

I would add a simple wash to the cloak for depth.

 

 

 

Good job! 

 

I'd like to see you start taking pics with a neutral background so that your camera focuses only upon the figure and not things in the background such as fingers or other objects :;):

 

Hah! Yeah, not a bad idea. Need better lighting and a backdrop. 

 

 

 Many useful tips in SHUTTERBUG.

 

I cut up a cardbox, lined it with alufoil. put my daylight desktop lamp in front, and put a bakdrop behind the mini.

Actually I just googled backdrop and printed a few out. Works fine so far.

 

 

Also side what they have already said. Here are some links I would recommend.

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No I haven't thinned anything so far, just been using it as it comes out of the bottle. Except for the "MSP pure white" - that stuff was pretty dang thick and dried too fast. I had no choice but to thin it with a little water, just to make it usable.

 

I did pick up a bottle of Flow Reducer when I ordered my paints. Just a whim thing, to fill out the requisite bottle # to get my order through, have no idea what to really DO with it. :)

 

Is that for thinning?

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Don't be so hard on yourself; he actually looks pretty darn good, IMO.

 

Don't be too hard on yourself - you did a good job with him and if you're determined to stick to practicing and patience (which eludes a lot of us) then the only way you have to go is up!

Good advice.

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