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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-12-14, 08:07 AM
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The riding one's could do with some kind of cyborg augmentation to the horse's and some angels iconography on the barding to actually tie them in to 40k.

You have similar issues with the angels captain. The pose looks good but the legs and torso and shield need "40king" to make them look right. By this I mean adding power packs, cables, some gems and purity seals. The legs need more work, all space marine mk's are smoother and chunkier. They need more bulk. I think some changes would fit this guy into the 40k setting, cos sadly at the moment he looks like a fantasy chaos warrior that's found some blood angel poldrons on his travels.

The space wolfs are looking bad ass. Keep it up dude
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came out really well! If you don't mind me asking, what material did you use to make the bricks on the bases?
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I guess bricks are made of dental gypsum, I bought them from shop for scale modelers.

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All miniatures finished.
Hope you like it.

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That is some of the smoothest painting I have ever seen. I am incredibly impressed.
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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-10-15, 01:42 PM
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These are Freaking Magnificent! have a cookie.

Check out my Sentinels of Terra/ CSM Plog
Sentinels of Terra/Rot Bringers CSM PLOG
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I love those mounted Blood Angels. Freakin' Amazin-Ballz!!!!!
Seriously, the smoothness of the paint job is amazing, how do you do it??
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