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Welcome to the Forum.

 

That looks great!

You already use shadows and highlights and it looks like you have good brush control.

 

 

A tip for taking pics, use a neutral background and try to prevent that flash.

It will focus more on the mini.

You could also try to crop that light out of the pic, it's distracting.

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Welcome to the Forum.

 

That looks great!

You already use shadows and highlights and it looks like you have good brush control.

 

 

A tip for taking pics, use a neutral background and try to prevent that flash.

It will focus more on the mini.

You could also try to crop that light out of the pic, it's distracting.

Thanks for the tips! I will definitely try them on my next photo!

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The sand stone looks really good. Good job breaking up the mini so it’s not a giant blob of grey. 
 

suggestions: scrape those mold lines off with a knife or file. They can kill a great paint job.

 

the gems could pop a bit more, lots of tutorials available if your feeling ambitious!

 

great job though, this mini can easily look ugly.

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7 hours ago, Neatpete said:

The sand stone looks really good. Good job breaking up the mini so it’s not a giant blob of grey. 
 

suggestions: scrape those mold lines off with a knife or file. They can kill a great paint job.

 

the gems could pop a bit more, lots of tutorials available if your feeling ambitious!

 

great job though, this mini can easily look ugly.

Thanks for the tips! I worry about cutting off mold lines because I feel like I may cut too deep. Just need to go for it I guess.

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