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hey guys! i just finished this ultramarines term. librarian that i'm going to enter into a local painting contest (youngbloods). the hand for the model was in such a perfect position to be choking somebody (or something) that i couldnt resist. please comment and give critisism please, the cutoff is saturday and i really hope to beat my friend this time. thanks!
here's the pics:
sorry about the shadows of the photos. oh and also, im not completely done. im fixing the nid's flesh and the keys on the robe.
p.s. keep in mind that im a youngblood, so its not very good
The best part of that is the use of the 'Nid head with the tongue sticking out. Really adds to the choking look! Great work!
That is some very good work there! Good luck on the competition and don't forget the winner's picture.
That looks good as!
Might be annoying to play with though.
Fantastic work I'd say.
The pose looks very accurate.
now, hmm, its an awesome paint job, i just had an idea, add streaks of lightnigh to the holding arm, like hes summoning power to shock/ strangle it, if he just chocked it, it would probobly claw at his face and screw him up, maybe not, anyway, looks awesome, i just think that some phycic energy shocking the nid would be cool
Excellent job! Nicely posed, well painted. Holding thumbs for you ;Y
ok guys, im turning in this entry tomorrow, and i would just like to ask for any more advice you guys might have. i really hope i win this one, because it will be my first time. once again, thanks for you help, and ill try and remember to take pics of the other entries. thanks!
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Looks great, that is an awesome pose.
Good Luck with the comp!
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