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I have finally finished Chapter Master Daceus! He is one of my bigger conversions, and I'm just glad it worked. You may find some unpainted picutes here.
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Left shoulder pad detail:
Right shoulder pad detail:
Some detail on his helmet:
Claw detail (my second attempt at blending):
And heres the old Daceus model:
What do you think of him?
not bad at all..
the pictures are slightly blurry, so it's hard to make out some detail, but from what i can see, i have two points
-water down your paints more, it looks thick and rough
-the base looks a little too 'busy' for the size of the mini, and it could probably do with out some rubble.
other than that, nice model overall
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After seeing the conversion work that went into this, I am more impressed with how you took this model and made it so much more than the pieces it came with. Good work!
I really like what the cloak became after adding the GS.
One question: what is with all the Inquisitorial icons? Is that part of the fluff, or just cause you liked them?
Originally Posted by Montford981
Bling bling! I can't pretend to like things in gold but that aside your paints look somewhat too thick but he's quite a nice piece overall.
Up, up and away!
I know the paint looks too thick, even though I watered them down. It's because when I was putting plasticard spacers in his legs (truescaling), I then had to file the plasticard down to his legs, so the surface seemd smooth, but I went too far and had to repair it with GS, which didn't quite work. So I am saying that it wasn't the fault of my paints, but my filing.
And the base is in fact less busy than some other bases I have made, though I can probably get rid of the large strut behind him.
Thanks for your comments.