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I think the red on your Blood Crusher could be improved by giving it some more depth. You can do this with some shading. I have a Chaos lord on a Juggernaught and I used strong black shading on the red areas of the Jugger to make it look better. It is a different model of a Jugger but there are many things they have in common. Here is a link to my photobucket where I keep pictures of my Juggernaught.
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I also used a slightly darker shade of red on my Jugger. I did this by giving it a coat of blood red and then I went over it with red gore. This was then shaded with slightly watered down black using a fine detail brush. I find when doing shading it is easier to apply a very small amount of paint for the shading and then go back and do it again to strengthen it and touch it up. I think this works better than one all-powerful layer of paint.
You may find that if you add some black to your model even only as shading that it will help to subdue the kind of in-your-face effect the red is having right now. You can also try a few things such as adding some white to those teeth to help bring out the gold some more. A small amount of white would make the teeth very viscious looking and balance the other colours. I also highlighted the edges with a little orange mixed with red. You should think about highlights too as they can really help to bring out the colours. I think so far your Blood Crusher looks quite good so it won't be that hard to make it work. I hope my Lord on his Jugger are helpful.
Last edited by Leech; June 10th, 2008 at 22:47.
Try applying brown ink in the recess's create a shading effect. It should greatly improve your already good looking model.
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Thanks for the advice and very nice juggernaut. Ive done some more work on the red and il maybe post the finished product in the next week or so as I have coursework