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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-02-15, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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EDIT: Oh good heavens, I fucked up the lighting good 'n' proper. Sorry gents!

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What's wrong with the lighting? It's not a studio lightbox, but so what? I think these guys turned out pretty well. And the depth of field in the photos is quite nice. =)

I think the books and purity seals need some word -squiggles.

The silver turned out well. It's nice and even. The force weapons also turned out well, as did the red/white heraldry.

The guy with the red back-banner need some love though. There are a bunch of unpainted bits there.

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D'oh! Forgot to mention the Grand Master isn't fully painted - I'm holding off until I can get a good NMM gold for the banner (falcoso currently has my painting guide for such a thing).

Is there an easier way of doing 'squiggly bits' than freehanding? I can do freehand (I think there are some examples of purity seals in my Dark Angels thread, and if not then I have pictures somewhere), but it's singularly time-consuming and easy to get wrong.

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