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I keep it simple here. There are three levels to choose from, each with increasing levels of detail for an increasingly better finish.
Level 1 - Battle Ready
At level one I make extensive use of washing, dry brushing, airbrushing, and contrast paints, making sure that all the details are covered and picked out but without further blending and highlighting. This gives a good standard when viewed from a distance and is good for large groups of basic troops.
Level 2 - Parade Ready
Level 2: At level 2, the aim is to get the best overall look for my clients in a 3-4 hour per model time frame. As with level one, I use airbrushing, contrast, and other quick methods but then go in and touch up the fine details. This is a great level for squad leaders or units that you like but don't need the display-level treatment.
This level and level one can have extras like glow effects and freehand added to it on request.
Level 3 -Display Ready
Level 3: At level three, my aim is to get as close to the box art as possible. This includes battle damage, lighting effects, freehand, NMM and any other details or methods present on the studio model.
This level automatically includes any lighting effects, freehand and decals that are present on the studio model. Special requests for the items above also apply to custom colour schemes and are included in the price.
These can be added to the above levels on request, this can really make even the rank and file members of your army stand out in a crowd.
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