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Last edited by jaffa cakes; May 16th, 2009 at 18:13.
Comments on what to add in the way of pouches please as i am not familiar with the Mordians. Is the hat the right size as i always struggle with hats/helmets. Cheers
PLEASE reply guys it's lonely in this thread.
Last edited by jaffa cakes; May 17th, 2009 at 00:20.
Looks a pretty fair attempt at converting. With a bit of practice on these guys I'm sure you'll be churing out brilliant sculpts in no time. The coats look a little bulky for my liking in some of the armless shots, ut once they have a gun its covered so there's no complaints there. And the epaulettes are very high quality.
Your one concern about the hats seems OK, they look possibly a little large, but certainly not rediculously so. So good work, and keep it up. Good luck!
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*dashes into thread out of breath* I heard there was a lonely thread so i had to run all the way over here from the Fiction and Arts section!
*gets breathing under control* hhhmmm. the head and body both look a little too chunky, i would cut away at the cadian body EVERYWHERE exept for where you attach the other components BEFORE you start greenstuffing. The hat is the right size though!
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Yeah, good effort, but let's be honest, very much a start at modelling, but everybody's gotta start somewhere!
Anyhoo, i don't wanna spoil it for you, as i think it's a good thing you're going for it, modelling-wise!
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