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Just painted up an Inquisitor for fun while I had a little down time from my tale of painters army schedule. Got this model for painting a while ago, finally got some time to do him. Here he is:
Not sure about the cape, the white or the freehand =I=... thats the only part I'm not really sure on.
Comments and Criticism would be great, as I used him for practice and improvement.
Wow looks good Sweet sword!
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It may just be the camera but it looks to me that the sword is not straight.
As for the cape the freehand looks decent but the white seems really heavy-handed, you should thin your paint more and use a few more layers.
Up, up and away!
I think the main problem about the cape is how harsh the shading is. It goes directly from white to a darkish grey colour and it just looks a little bit weird . The rest of the model is really nice though, I like the effects on the sword and gems/lenses etc. they look good .
Thanks for all the comments
You might be right about the sword... I had to break it off and reposition it 3 times, so if it is crooked now, its not as much as it was, and its a little late since the paint is on.
I would go and fix it entirely by redoing it, but that would either involve painting over it, making the paint more thick looking, or stripping the entire model, which isn't an option since the rest of it is fine.
And besides, I don't like redoing things unless I have to, or if its a test model for an army paint scheme. It just feels wrong erasing all that work. I'll take what I learned on this model and use it for others in the future however.
Again, thanks for all the comments and criticism.
Very nice painting there. I to love the sword and also the gold mettalics.
White can be a pain to paint with esspecially over a black undercoat so if you want it to be smooth and well blended its going to take a hell of alot of time. (that's speaking from experiance)
Last edited by Dwayne; May 19th, 2008 at 08:26.
Gold and sword are particularly impressive. Freehand looks a little unnatural, but I can't do better (or that good I think) so I'd let someone else comment on that. Also, if there wasn't that cancerous growth on the base, it would look even better (the base design/idea is very nice tho). Rep'd.
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