I particularly like the armour but your next step is to add more definition to the anatomy and introduce more colours into the skin so it loses the “flat” look. A level up for sure!
thanks Jay, I need to learn to take better photos as well, there is much more contrast in real life, but point taken on board. The TMM bronze has been fascinating to study before painting, deconstructing the colours of the elements in the metal prior to painting helped loads
Having seen this in person I can say this is some of the best TMM I’ve seen.
Excellent work Paul. Can’t vote as haven’t uploaded anything but love the work
Hey up Paul.. as you know i love the metals on these.. but the scarring on the back is a great touch..
Only thing for me is a bit more deffinition on tbe skin tones on the front but still super work pal
Thanks buddy, taken on board
Love the scars. Well done mate!
thanks bro, I need to learn to take better pictures that dont was out my transitions though
Hi Paul, really enjoy these two. Sadly it is hard to judge them properly as - like you say - your photos are not the best. And in the of the day we are judging photos of miniatures here, but I completly agree with Redrum. More definition and skin variations is needed. What I do love is the scars and the net print on the back. If your photos wash out your transitions and depths in contrast try to paint them stronger and more defined, so your photos can not do erase it anymore. You will see the difference in your painting too. Just take some more time for going into deeper contrast. Love the color of the metals ... Keep on happy painting!
I only just saw this comment, thank you Roman
Great composition and idea behind these two together. Like Jay says work that contrast on the skin.
Metal looks good. Yes like Jay says I’d push your contrasts more. Other than that I like this pair.