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whoa. looks amazing. the colours work well together and the lighting on the cape looks awesome. the only thing i must say, and it may just be the picture..or me. but the blending on the horns looks.. i dunno. too fast? in the first picture the horns seem to go quickly from one colour to the other without much blend work.
but looks awesome (y) well done.
Thanks for the replies, well the horns are not as good as some of my other models, tell you the truth i dont think i noticed it as much until i looked at the pictures, it still needs abit of touching up however, i think the first thing i do is the horns and perhaps some of the highlight on the armour.
Obviously a follower of the 'no paintjob is ever complete, only abandoned' philosophy then? hehe.
But yes, though it could be a dull photograph, some more highlights to the shiny areas could make it pop a bit more :-)
LOl, thats exactly it, i dont think the gold is down to the photo actually, ever since i moved i havent been able to get as bright pictures as i used to Still i wanted the shinny areas to have a slight aged look to them as he actually a Khorne hero (as i dont use specials!)
Looks awesome. Great job on the robe.
Hi thanks, someone suggested on another forum that i should change the robe to a more cream color? good idea?