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hey! i just finished my first EVER nmm model. i tried it out on a new warrior priest, and i must say, it doesnt look half bad =p. my only complaint though is the nmm gold i tried out doesnt look very good on anything but the book, in which case its ok. other than that, my favorite part is the cape/hood with the purple lines. anyways, please comment, and i may be selling it the same way i did with my librarian. thanks!
oh, and sorry for the pic quality, its not the best =(
p.s. im going to touch up the fur on the cloak and the underside of the cape. thanks again
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for a first try that looks absolutly amazing:party:.
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looks really good man next time if you have the time dilute your paints and layer up the transition between shades a little more otherwise damn good for your first time I give u props :C
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Aye man, that is very good!
and i dont know why you're not fond of the gold much, i love that bit on his shoulder pad or whatever it's called(I'm a Marine guy )
Overall that is an impressive looking nmm ands its making me want to try it out...here goes...*fails and ends up with paintbrush in eye*...I'll get there.
Well done ol' chap!
I think its a very good table top NMM piece.
if I may, a few things you might want to look out for is your blending on areas where you are transitioning to be smoother, or more abrupt.
What I mean is, depending on the light source and where your horizon planes are based on that, you want smooth transitions across some areas and where the horizon/light shift is, it will be abrupt.
I'm sure one of the bigger gurus of the painting area will be albe to give you better advice, as I'm still just barely starting to dabble with nmm, and its a huge challenge for me.
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