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1/16 WWII German Machine Gun Ammo-Belt Loader

Discussion in 'Brutal Honesty - Critique Center' started by trnkepfc, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. trnkepfc New Member

    Hi fellows, finally i have finished my first 1/16 figure.The kit is Tamiya . I would like to hear comments,cause i want to upgrade my knowledge...

    cheers
    Ratomir


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  2. winfield Active Member

    I think you have the basic idea down well. Very neat, everything clean and you have colors where they are supposed to be. You obviously understand the theory of miniatures. Now it is time to push your idea of how shadows and highlights are supposed to look by increasing both. It is hard; what looks good on a miniature is not necessarily how the same would look in life. All you have to do is convince yourself to push it more. The best way to improve is to study the works here on PF that you find appeal to you.
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  3. Tony Dawe PlanetFigure Supporter

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    A good effort. I'd focus on creating a dead flat finish on the uniforms and eliminate as much shine as you can. This will enhance the realism of your figures.
    trnkepfc likes this.

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