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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-19-10, 11:36 AM
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I wouldnt wash the cables - it makes them look blotchery and odd...

Id covern then in a darker version of what youv got, and layer some drybrushing on them. That gives you the same darkness in the recesses, but with a 'cleaner' finish.

Also, the reds need a bit of highlighting in my opinion. Could just be the light, but they look a little flat (the faceplate and the powerklaw, not the trousers - they look great )

Otherwise, the rusting on the bare metal looks ace
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I like it, good work. However, the metals could stand another light wash, nothing big but it might just give it a bit more character.
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The red plates on the gun and klaw..ya. I was wondering about highlighting that. Thanks. I'll get that done.

I washed the cables already. It came out pretty good this time. Not splotchy and bad, fairly even overall and it looks very dirty. I'm happy with it.

So just a little highlighting on the claw and maybe another wash on it..same for the shoota..and its done.

Any other suggestions? If not, I'll get it done and clearcoat 'er.
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