Dark Vengeance: Painting a Dark Angels Company Master - Part 1/3

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Vichyssoise (Over a year ago): - delete
Jay is the guy making and voicing the video!!
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fishman (4 months ago): - delete
Is anyone else unable to view this video?
Kaika87 (Over a year ago): - delete
@Kaika87: That's what I get for typing this on a phone, accidentally hitting submit before it's finished, blarg.

Anyway, I was really disappointed, as it seemed like you just did multiple steps at once, and I didn't quite understand how you did the multiple layers of Ushabti Bone. It would have been so much more helpful if you had done the initial "highest points" bit, and then showed each layer bit by bit as you worked down to the recesses. I know that's kinda what you did, but what I mean is basically splitting it up into definitive parts, the way you split up each layer and highlight and such.
Kaika87 (Over a year ago): - delete
I really appreciate your guide and love this video, as it was invaluable in helping me paint my Company Master, but I have a significant complaint.

Arguably one of the hardest things for me to paint is the tan robes of Dark Angels, and I was really disappointed in how you went over tha
dforceman (Over a year ago): - delete
i find mixing yellow with green gives in more nature lighting ef x

Aurgelmir (Over a year ago): - delete
Cool, I have a tendency to Wash Purple with blue myself. And if I am working with dark blue models (such as my Thousand Sons) I use purple wash on the blue, to give a cool shade effect.
Aurgelmir (Over a year ago): - delete
Guys, look at the base of his model. It looks like he primed him gray.
Salamander (Over a year ago): - delete
Fable music??
BasetheRuin (Over a year ago): - delete
I think you forgot to prime the model?
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tobyofblood (Over a year ago): - delete
did you spay prime the model.
nikzu (Over a year ago): - delete
who's Jay
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Added: September 20, 2012
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Jay shows us how he painted a Dark Angels Company Master from the Dark Vengeance Starter Set.

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