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post #31 of 56 (permalink) Old 05-11-14, 09:28 PM
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Nice use of that head, I know a lot of people don't like them but I have a bit of a soft spot for them. Remember to remove that flash/mould line on his elbow.
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thanks, yes in the process of removing those damn mold lines!
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I think it looks quite nice so far, although (as I often say) basing them would heighten the quality very much.

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You've done an incredible job getting so many done so fast, and the lightning is awesome!

THat said, they all look a little... dry? They could use a wash of blue or purple, and some Devlan mud for the brass.

You also missed a mould line on the running sergeant's backpack...

How are you intending on basing them? It really completes a model.

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Thanks guys , I was going to go with just a flat look. I washed them after painting them kantor blue, I am going to base them just waiting on some of my basing stuff from forgeworld to come in. But I will wash them today if I can get to it, ill try out night shade on them.
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What do y'all think? I used nuln oil for the wash and am deciding if I should bring out the lightening more or are they finished?
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I would probably give the whites another layer - They look like they don't completely cover the layer beneath, and it gives them a bit of a unfinished look.

IN terms of the blues, then you're good in my opinion
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Awesome, ill add another layer of white.
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