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  1. #11

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    Next up.
    Went for a different scheme, it looked terrible before the washes but i think its come out ok (he's clearly taking fashion tips from a night lord)
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  2. #12

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    Next up.
    Red and angry!!
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  3. #13

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    Shiny!

    I think he came out ok, a bit on the bright side possibly

    Trying out vallejo paints for the next model.
    The little pots in the starter set dont go far and some of the colours (white and black) seem to dry out v quickly and are clumpy
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  4. #14

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    From shiny to dark.

    Tried out my new Vallejo paints.
    In general they are very good, the dropper bottle is great and they don't seem to dry on the pallet (aka take away lid) as quickly

    But I'm a lot less sure about the black wash.
    Its very thick and dark and seems to heavily stain raised/ flat areas rather than just the recesses.
    Am i missing something, should i thin it more heavily with water (i wasn't sure if that was a good idea)? Or are the GW ones just better?

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    Comparison of dark (Vallejo wash) vs light (gw wash) on the 3rd picture

    The dark is actually growing on me now.
    Its got a kind of comic book, extreme highlight vibe and the metallics look interesting (sort of sotty)

    Which one do you think looks best?
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    I think I prefer the vallejo wash in this example

    However the process of robo-insemination is far too complex for the human mind!
    A knee high fence, my one weakness

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    Next up Mr orange.

    Not sure about the skin colour (Vallejo dark flesh) its lighter than expected and takes a lot of coats to stop looking streaky.
    But i think the orange is nice, I'll be using that on the next model (on to the primes/champions in the starter set now)
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    Probably a few too many colours on this guy!
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