SICK work mate. Truly impressive considering your break from the hobby.. have some rep
I have never managed to get that to work without everything going pale; which program are you using, and how are you achieving it?I have been using a photo editor to lighten it up a bit ....
Thank you; I use GIMP as well so it is most helpfulI have been using "Gimp 2" for the pics on here since the ones of the rhino. I found a guide which is quite useful, http://www.coolminiornot.com/articles/1724-the-gimp-photo-manipulation
An often forgotten aspect, although Persian aesthetics are less easy to evoke in miniature....after a bit of my own research I think the Thousand sons have elements of "Zoroastrianism" influences as well as Egyptian....
Interesting concept; it sounds different enough from normal Terminators to stand out. I suggest uniform posing for the Thousand Sons and dynamic posing for the SorcObliterators to ensure they appear different from Rubric units.I am going to convert some terminator sorcerers who can use different destructive psychic powers to represent the different weapons available to Obliterators. I am going to base them on the space marine close combat terminators, removing the thunder hammer heads and replacing them with spear type heads made from plasticard and giving them handfuls of flame or holding a book of some kind in the other.