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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-01-09, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Well, after a lot of faffing about deciding on a pose and head for this guy I finally got round to painting him. I spent about 3 hours on him last night and a few more this morning. I think I spent more hours converting than painting.

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That thing looks amazing! A lot like the dread I was thinking about making. Is that a FW body with a few conversions(arms, head, robe, the searchlight) or is it a FW body? 'd really like to try this guy now great work!

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I wasnt too sure whn I saw the postion of the head/skull, but the painted pictures make it look excellent. I do like the markings on top of the skull, and the colour of the overall bone work is really good.

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Great job!
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post #6 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-02-09, 10:24 AM
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i think its one of the better dreads ive ever seen i love the head choice and the "humanity" you have captured in the pose. for a machine he looks very alive and poised to do battle +rep
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Fantastic job mate, very inspiring
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I like it alot!
Good pose, neat painting and good modelling and just like stated above the whole pose makes it really feel alive

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Great work!

Fluff this, fluff that, fluff everything, F___ fluff! I want to see it built, and when it's done post pics!:fuck:
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Awesome!! Really nice pose and great paint job.

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