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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-13-15, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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Here's a force I've worked on in a few batches. The concept for the force is that the Wraithguard are all ancient machines that the Exodites maintain, while riding dinosaurs into battle.

Here's the force's farseer, and three Wraithguard that I added recently.








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Very nice done! Love the way you made the wraithguard look like they have stood out in the rain for years and Moss and alge grow on them.

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I think those are really good looking, but you should consider some lichen and battle scars on the machines to make them look truly ancient.
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Love those Wraithguard !

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Hmm very interesting. Almost reminds me of photos of ancient statues in Greece how some seem to age. But can certainly see the need for either wear and battle damage though if that are that old. Also like the farseer different model wheres that one come from?



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