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well i painted the entire day to get him done, and here he is, i really love the grey with the blue i am quite pleased with it
chaos marines have the chaos gods on their side, but space marines have games workshop on theirs
I'm really liking this, starhawks! great gob on the blue-grey tones!
EDIT: geez guys, fast replies. I go into my CP for 5 minutes and wham! 2 new posts... O.o
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This guy looks excellent...rep 4 u
"When Space Wolves call upon Russ or the Emperor in battle, it is to witness the deeds of Men and to judge The Fallen."
- Meditations upon the Fang
it looks very well done. I think that you could work on the metal highlighting a little bit more, but besides that it is a good model. Great Job.
The Great Plague meets The Devourer of The Galaxy. What does that make us?
If there's one thing that really irks me, it's what seems to be that giant black thing under the cords on his chest. On light blue/grey armor especially, something that dark is really out of place. I know it's touch getting in there without messing up the detail around it, but a bit more color on the eagle would definitely help the model out.
Overall though, it's a nice, clean model. I really like it.
very neat and super clean paint job.
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I'd recommend that for a pale-blue/greay armour that the plates are outlined in something like shadow grey - that would entail undercoating black, and then blocking out the whole plates in shadow grey.
The plates wouldn't be as pronounced, and the whole effec would be more subtle - it may actually help your painting, as blues are not great for covering black, but greys are, and the look will be cleaner...