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Last edited by The Salmon Thief; May 10th, 2008 at 20:11.
I am impressed! That's really good.
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Nice work, I loves it
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Some work needed on the "impact" marks, though. I should know, I've been trying to make some recently and I've failed utterly (you did a damned better job than I). I think it needs some darker brown-black around it to signify the impact and splash and burning of super-heated metal. With that colour you used, it kinda looks like it got hit with a giant poo cannon
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Not bad. Put some more work into the Search Light and gold (more highlights). I just don't buy the placement of the HKMissile (and it seems not finished yet?)...
I really like the colour of the armour. Looks very rough and weathered. But the metal takes it down a notch since it is very shiny and clean compared to the armour.
I think washing it down and giving it a few very contrasting highlights would give it a more worn feel, and adding a few of brown/orange washes to the steel to make it a bit "rusty" would make it look great.
Overall though I find it nice, although a few more touches and it would be very awesome.
Nice work on the metal bits. I appreciate a good paintjob of metal on tanks. TOo many people want to go the camo paint route and don't do it well.
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Thanks for the comments, everyone!
I agree with the comments about the impact points -- it doesn't really look like blast that much. I'll try adding some darker browns/black.
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