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What I can see looks good. Some light in the foreground would really help.
Karmoon: "well.. any kore = good kore" 12:35pm PST 23 May 2007
What I can see looks pretty good. Some close ups would be great
You know you have to do something with the bases more than painting them white and stick a rock or two...?
Apart from that they look great... some close ups would be lovely... :yes:
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Well they are painted Space Wolves Grey then covered in snow flock.
Well they are painted Space Wolves Grey then covered in snow flock. Open to suggestions though.
I think their very good, especially the faces (from what I can make of them).
For the bases you should do them first, before the model. For me the bases dictate how a model will be posed (you could do this if you are going for nicely posed models, or not if you want a playable army). You should use sand on thebases and rocks (slate pieces is it that GW sells, the urban basing kit is good), and then add the models on top. I'd go for a rocky snow scape, as I picture fenris (and think have readof it) being a moutainous world covered in snow.
If you want to just simply improve, I'd snow flock the bases, so that the base only have snow and rocks on it. That would be enough for it to look good.
That's pretty much what I have done.
For the base I painted a base coat of fenris grey and then painted space wolves grey. I have added garden slate that I bought from a DIY store and then used snow flock on the bases.
I agree. But you don't even need to buy slate from GW, you can simply make a thin disc from epoxy putty or Green Stuff, let it set a bit and then tear it into pieces, and roughen the sides with a hobby knife so that it looks like rock. That's what I did with this figure I'm currently busy with:You should use sand on the bases and rocks (slate pieces is it that GW sells, the urban basing kit is good), and then add the models on top.
You'll find once you get going with your bases they're actually pretty easy to do, a lot of fun, and add a lot more character to your figure. It actually puts the figure into context.
Edit: Sorry, I don't want to hijack your thread, but more pics here: Eldar Autarch :: WIP
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Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; August 13th, 2007 at 21:22.
Milliput(extrafine) works very well with making slate and stuff like that. Its what I use.
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