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Truly awesome.

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Well you are still good, in fact you are awesome Jud. But this guy is WOW

i know,that last pic is stunning

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some very nice work you've got there, i like it a lot. and i like it even more because you feel quite free to play with the background to come up with new concepts (like Sanguinius' armour).

i particularly like the 'dark eldar' warrior, i don't think it looks too fantasy (inspite of the lack of weapons), to me its near a perfect representation of a darker more sinister version of the craftworld eldar (i'm not too keen on his trophy rack though).

my only real criticism would be that Sanguinius' shoulder pads appear vastly over proportioned. i realise that SM shoulderpas look better when they are proportionally larger than the miniatures shoulderpads, but those seem a little ridiculous. looks like he'd find it difficult to move, like a badguy from power rangers. everything else about the pic is excellent though.
I strive for realism in my images, and though that doesn't mean "it has to be possible in our current time", it means that there has to be justification for things to work.
I justify larger shoulderpads of SM's and Sanguinius with the notion from fluff on the amour: It is said to be "auto-reactive" and move by a small servo-engine. So whereas you think it is too large pads, based upon not being able to move them, I see bulky protection that moves through machinery included in the armour.

Pint taken though, and Client is King so I would (and do) take the clients wishes in when I make paintings. ;)o

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what can i say?..the same as the quote and a bit more,
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And I thought Jud was good, do you work for GW?
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alright,alright Zondarian,kick a man when he's down,







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Thank you guys, no I don't work for GW. I would want to, and have applied for it several times, we will see ;)


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dude i have to rep you for this, it would be awesome if you done something about the fight with luther and lion el johnson, regards dark.
That would be an interesting painting, yes...

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Thank you again Judd...
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Dude, you are amazing, you're like another Juddski! Have you considered being an artist for GW, I mean, they are looking for more artists! You need some rep, I just wish I could give you more! Oh, and pm me some price quotes, I'm interested!
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Amazing work. Really beautiful stuff.

Can I ask which medium you use for these, or does it vary from picture to picture?

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Amazing work. Really beautiful stuff.

Can I ask which medium you use for these, or does it vary from picture to picture?
For these, I used mostly Photoshop CS3. Some of the enemies where sketched on paper and then scanned in and painted over, but beyond that I solely used Photoshop.
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The Sanguinius one is amazing! Currently sitting on my desktop as the background.
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Here is something unfinished(yet)- private painting so it will take a while to complete (unless someone picks it up as a commission)

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nice concept and cross over cultures greek/roman.asian / mongul

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White Scars then? Or the Thunder Warriors (or whatever the name was) that the Emperor used to take over Terra?
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