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10-14-09 03:42 PM
piemaster
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Originally Posted by Masstadon View Post
get new pics or somethin bro i cant see em
Sorry to throw a spanner in the works here but the images aren't viewable. Saying something along the lines of 'image removed or deleted'. One quick question [sorry if you already said this earlier], are you planning to paint your guys with red trim 3rd ed style or in gold? Or is that dependant on the company?
10-14-09 05:47 AM
Masstadon get new pics or somethin bro i cant see em
09-24-09 03:44 AM
shaantitus good start. You will need to keep at it to put together a force of this size.
09-22-09 03:22 PM
Ben Bunker Do you really have the money for all this stuff(models paint glue green stuff)
12-13-08 04:04 PM
Cato Sicarius The powerpack should be blue.
12-09-08 08:46 PM
BWLAF93
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Originally Posted by Trigger View Post
The shading is very good, maybe another wash on the metallic parts? Also, try drilling out the bolter barrel, they look miles better!
Yes, I do not have a suitable drill bit, I am looking into that

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Originally Posted by The Wraithlord View Post
I agree with the idea of adding a wash to the boltgun metal parts as that will dull them down and make them look a bit more realistic. Devlan Mud or especially Badab Black would be best. Also, I would suggest thinning your paints a bit more as it will drastically improve the smoothness of the paint and make the model you are working on look 100x better.
And yes, I have asked here about thinning paint, but I have been too slack to try it so far. Also, I am going to grab some Badab Black soon anyway, and I will try that.
12-09-08 04:36 PM
The Wraithlord I agree with the idea of adding a wash to the boltgun metal parts as that will dull them down and make them look a bit more realistic. Devlan Mud or especially Badab Black would be best. Also, I would suggest thinning your paints a bit more as it will drastically improve the smoothness of the paint and make the model you are working on look 100x better.
12-09-08 02:18 PM
Trigger The shading is very good, maybe another wash on the metallic parts? Also, try drilling out the bolter barrel, they look miles better!
12-09-08 07:06 AM
BWLAF93 Here he is! The test model! (He has been finished for about 2 months lol)

He has no decals here, because I converted him to my DIY chapter as soon as I finished these pics. Also, I apologise for the bad quality, and he is slightly darker than he appears because the flash brightens the paint.








Feedback welcome!!
11-27-08 01:24 PM
BWLAF93
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Originally Posted by the cabbage View Post
Hey dude I admire your ambition.

At the current rate of one model per two months you should be finished by 2175!! I will be 204 years old.
Hehe, once I get my other armies done this project will speed up some
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