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It's a bit hard to tell from the distance, but from what I can see, I think he looks good. The blue and violet go together. The green on the sword makes the prominent weapon stand out nicely. The blond hair seems a bit stark but that might be the light. I think the stump and green part of the cloak could use some highlighting to make them stand out more. Still, good work, I'd say.
He looks good! I like that sculpt a lot. My only comment (and this might just be the photo) is that everything from the neck down looks like a big golden suit of armour. There are some bits of skin and cloth in there somewhere that could add some more contrast.
Yeah i know, theres the knee that could be paint, as well as part of the arm. I choose the goldish look simply for the badass effect, knight-shining armor. It's actually alot less gold than you'd think. first used brazen brass and inked it ALOT with chest nut, follow with brazen again and the a little burnish gold.
As for the hair, yeah it only appears stark I actually used the yellow foundation paint, fould by watered down brown ink, follow by sunburst with a droplit of water down brown ink follow by highlights of sunburst. the green on the cloak is highlighted, just a bad angle of the camera and lighting. As for the sword, it came out VERY well, better than i'd hope.
Whilst the photo is not overly flattering, the blue and violet cloak looks really nice. ^^
Overly Flattering? Those pictures are better than most people put out there, thank you very much.
Heh, what a coinkidink, I just finished painting the same miniature for my friend. Certainly a different color scheme, looks pretty nice. However, the blade looks like it's rusted through, which IMO is not a fitting blade for a hero. Also, if you were to post some more pictures, it would make me happeh.
Not even close to rust dude. Bronze is the effect i was shooting for. I'll post more if you want, just need more batteries for the camera
From what I can see, it looks pretty good. However, when you can, I would suggest trying to get closer and larger images - makes it easier to see things clearer. Right now, I cannot really comment due to this reason.