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This would be my first post here so greetings. I would like to hear your comments and/or suggestions about this Rhino from my Black Legion force.
great job mate, i use an airbrush for my vehicles ( i go IG) and i like that, but you made yours look nice and gruesome. try and use some bron chalk to dust near the tracks to make it actually used.
Good stuff! Though it may just be a little light but really looks like dried blood.
wow thats one hot rhino, nice job!
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nice job there, a lot of detail, but that is chaos for ya'!
still good nevertheless
Two thumbs up man, nice work.
Great Job the colors rock
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Thanks for the comments. Any suggestions (besides the dirty tracks which i agree with)?
Indeed Jern, the colour scheme was to suggest dried blood... Great that you noticed.
You obviously spent some time adding details and painting. You should drill out the bolter barrels and exhaust stacks. Looking head-on at the bolter gunner, it looks wierd to see flat silver surfaces on the end of the bolter. The exhaust isn't as noticable unless you look straight down on it, but that is the view most people will have when you place it on the table. Little details like that aren't really noticable by themselves, but it improves the whole look of a model. The viewer won't even know why it looks better, but it does.
Nice job, and I agree with the point about drilling out bolter holes. I do it on all weapons where possible (I haven't yet tried it on splinter rifles!, and it really adds to the sense of realism.
I was wondering about the 1/2 circle spikey thing you have on one side of the gunner's hatch. What's the purpose? It looks a little out of place to me.