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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-04-13, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys here is a baneblade i did for a customer of mine, as you may know i only provide table
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i hope as always you guys can give me some feed back on things that i did wrong or couldve done better.
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That is a lovely looking tank. Quality is good and there is enough weathering to make it feel like it has seen a battle or 2.

Not sure I can add much in the way of criticism as its a great paint job.

Your toast has been burnt and no amount of scraping will get rid of the black bits.
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Very nice paint job. Weathering is excellent. Your customer will be well pleased.

Just one thing, should the Mechanicus cog symbol on the back be black and white not just white?
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Very nice paint job. Weathering is excellent. Your customer will be well pleased.

Just one thing, should the Mechanicus cog symbol on the back be black and white not just white?
yes..but it just did it this way for once..just for something different..if he doesnt like it that and easy fix
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Very nice. Not a huge fan of weathering in general, but you've managed to keep it from going over board. Well done. Have a lollipop.
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thanks guys...you know its very disappointing 76 views and only 3 comments....
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thanks guys...you know its very disappointing 76 views and only 3 comments....
Means you're doing something right as no one has criticisms

Seriously though, nice work on the tank. What did you use as a base colour?
My only (tiny) nitpick is the lack of writing on the purity seals. But that is as I said a minute detail, overall top-notch.
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Means you're doing something right as no one has criticisms

Seriously though, nice work on the tank. What did you use as a base colour?
My only (tiny) nitpick is the lack of writing on the purity seals. But that is as I said a minute detail, overall top-notch.
haha maybe thats true..but if people dont comment i cant learn what im doing wrong and cant improve...as for the seals thanks for pointing that out i will fix that today ")
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the colours i used were calthan brown..baneblade brown and then graveyard brown
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