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nice red effect on the helmet but not as nice on the chest try to make it brighter.
gold needs some shadeing do you have acsess to the old inks?if you do use chestnut ink to shade then build up to shineing gold(always looks nice).
the conversion rocks and cant wait to see the finished artical.
P.S are you planning to do a whole armie in the end or just a squad?
Nice - love the conversion work - but I think you really could work on better highlights. Here's a tip: paint a first level of highlights before the wash, and then you can add a second level with the same paint after the wash (it'll still be noticeable).
verry verry nice!
try to do a red gem efect on the blood angels symbol on the back pack otherwise great!!
i cant wait to se the next quad member!!!
EDIT: still say gold needs slight shadeing (also use the chain axes on the berzerker sprew as they were more commonly used pre heresy)
Last edited by warhammer madman; June 17th, 2008 at 17:39. Reason: new ideas
I see chainaxes the staple of World Eaters,Space Wolves,and White Scars.
I see the Pre-Heresy Blood Angels to be more elegant closer to the Emperor's Children in the Apprecation of Beauty and Art and would be more likely to have blades as Swordsman ship is much more complex than Brutal axework
wow now your gold needs highlights.
great i love it...