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So I'm guessing they're not finished? I'm seeing a lot of detail that hasn't been picked out and a lot of armour that's been blacklined but not shaded. I really like the one wielding it's Wailing Doom. A very good start.
I just read your fluff on 'The Ghost' and still don't know what's going on with your model. Is he being summoned into the Wraithlord shell? Did he just get shot in the chest? Is he falling over? Why is he unarmed?
Last edited by CBrate; January 26th, 2009 at 06:53.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Unfortunately, that's about as done as my feeble skills will allow. I'm horrible at trying to paint the stones and even worse when it comes to trying to drybrush and the like. He is supposed to represent something very powerful and very pissed going into the wraithbody, guess I didn't quite get it there. The only reason he's unarmed is that I have pinned all his weapons and didn't know which ones I wanted to use in the photo, so I used none. Thanks for your comment. I'm going to keep messing with them and see what else I can do to them.
Interesting poses. I prefer the second, having a more swordsman-like pose, but the first one i would reccomend trying to re-pose him if at all possible.
With the pose 'The Ghost' has now, I get the overall feeling that he should be holding something large and spheroid or circular in his hands. If you want to keep that pose and still attempt to go for the unfocused rage look, I would suggest trying to close his hands into fists, and if at all possible re-pose his arms to be folded closer to his body. Imagine if you had just come across something that angered you to the very core of your being, how would your body language convey that and try to transfer that to the model.
Another trick you might look into (though this would be best for a really advanced painter, I've not even mastered this yet) is light-source painting. If that one wraithlord is enraged, perhaps his soulstones would be glowing brighter than usual, casting light around them.