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post #111 of 154 (permalink) Old 09-05-10, 05:10 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys, the model is from eolith miniatures.

http://eolithminiatures.com/

The guy's models are just so well detailed and awesome, i do highly recommend them, i have alot of his other minis waiting to be painted too :D
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post #112 of 154 (permalink) Old 09-05-10, 07:46 AM
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outstanding work, im jelous of your skill.
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Well after a huge long stint of not painting due to a busy schedule and getting past the whole painting block of painting such a large model (procrastination really is a killer), i managed to finish this to a fairly decent gaming standard and using it as a stepping stone back into the habit of painting.




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Not keen on the pose all that much, but the paint is beautiful. Love the gems and the freehand especially. The fact you're calling this 'a good gaming standard' just makes me want to throw all my stuff away and give up on painting altogether

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Not keen on the pose all that much, but the paint is beautiful. Love the gems and the freehand especially. The fact you're calling this 'a good gaming standard' just makes me want to throw all my stuff away and give up on painting altogether

nice to see your stuff back on the boards
I agree wholeheartedly. If that is 'good gaming standard' I wouldn't even know where to classify my stuff.....

I must agree with Varakir regarding the pose though. The paint is beautiful, the freehands, gems, and weapon are all absolutely stunning, but there is just something odd about the pose. It looks like he has just tripped. Everything else is just wonderful.

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that's one hell of a lunging titan! lol looks great dude!

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Agreed, the painting is beautiful!

Though the pose is odd and the halbard . . . Eldar-Naginata looks bent.


It's like what happens when an Ewok ties a Wraithlord's shoe laces together.

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Thanks for the kind words and the critique but I was actually very annoyed at the moving company because I have been away busy moving apartments and they managed to crush this guy so the weapon got bent and I couldn't get it unbent easily etc. etc. Well it's something for me to bear in mind about the posing, but personally it looks ok in real compared to these mug shots ^^ still perhaps i need to research a bit more with the moving form a bit more. It was a good model to get me back into the whole painting thing after a long hiatus.
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"a fairly decent gaming standard"

Seriously? ....

Moo I think that model is Fucking awesome, to put it bluntly. Very nice and it's great to see you back. I too have been uber busy lately but this has given me some inspiration to try and get back into finishing my models.

I would rep you if I could lol.
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There's something comforting about knowing I will never have to worry about being able to compete with that . I absolutely love that Wraithlord and once again tempts me to get one even though I don't even play Eldar.
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