These minis are great - just beautiful. But I am having a hard time painting them somehow on account of the very fine detail.
I'm used to a GW approach where I have a primer, undercoat, basecoat, wash, re-basecoat, highlight.
For example, a face would have black primer, dark flesh, foundation flesh, flesh wash, foundation flesh, then a mix of foundation with bleached bone for the highlight.
I'm having a difficult time doing this with the Hasslefree minis. I looks a lot of the detail and, importantly, the wash just darkens the shade of the flesh. It doesn't gather well in the recesses because they are so fine and made even shallower on account of the three+ layers already in place.
Similar problems with straps, shoelaces, and pockets and pouches.
So what should be done differently with these finer minis? How have people adjusted painting techniques from GW minis?
Thanks. I'm really trying to do Sadie, Tony, and Ashlee justice.