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I like him (aside from the wings, heh, as you said). Although, his arms remind me of the lash of submission more than a Tzeentch prince; but that's negligible.
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well, I think the transition to the flails could have been smoothed out with some putty a bit more, its very abrupt. The motion of the flails are not captured either. it seems like the bellakar model should be swinging them around, and the flails should be trailing in an arc either behind the arm(mid swing) or ahead of the arm(post swing). A little heat(quickly passing it over a flame(pre painted) and genly bending the plastic would have gone a long way to make it dynamic.
Any other points would simply be personal taste on my part.
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Thanks for the C&C yak. I understand what you mean about the transition to the flails, i will blend it better with the skin. I know the motion of the flails doesn't look present, but the flails are more curvy when looked at through a different angle. I'll try bending them none the less.
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I agree that the transition is a little harsh from the flesh to the arco-flaggelentlike flails. You might be able to blend it with paint though.
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Hardware stores and hobby shops sell sets of small diamond files, you can use a square file quickly brushed on each "ring" of the flail "tubes" to get rid of mold lines before painting. I've also heard you can paint mold lines with rubber cement, let it dry and remove it which will take the extra plastic off (useful for lines running through skeleton rib cages and similar things).