In general, Well done.
I look forward to see what you come up with next
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GirlyGamer wrote:@Calico I did write up a guide thing, but to be honest that was ages back in the grand scheme of things (it's at my blog). I don't use airbrushing, but you know getting a small cheap kit is on my wishlist for next year. I'm not an artist, but I'd love to give airbrushing a try. I do my own decals, trying to source a place to do them for me has been a nightmare to be honest, I'm still looking, so if anyone knows of a printer that can do them in Australia, let me know as I'd prefer they were professionally done.
GirlyGamer wrote: I do my own decals, trying to source a place to do them for me has been a nightmare to be honest, I'm still looking, so if anyone knows of a printer that can do them in Australia, let me know
GirlyGamer wrote:@ Calico - well sadly I didn't get to keep it.. It's due out officially late January I think it the rumor, though it seems some places may well be selling them early.
to be honest I don't think you need any help at all given your first effort O_o
Dry brushing indeed. Same you might use on small RPG figs (well that's my technique). Usually metal, but that really depends on your base color. I like doing metal even over other color plating, so it looks like the gun is metal beneath the plating on corners or whatever. I've heard of people using silver permanent markers, I tried that once and it wasn't my cup of tea, but you might find it useful. Oh also I've found 'wiping' some metal works well on edges.
Calico wrote:Ive found that a really soft make up brush works great, always keep it clean and wash it when the paint starts to build up on it.