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Last edited by DemoMarine; May 18th, 2009 at 23:23.
All of the links just take me to the forum page...
That color looks awesome on mariens almost like a in between legion of space wolfs and grey knights keep it up
Beautiful. Nice highlights. I like the extreme highlighting you did.
The Maltese Crosses are done very well.
Are these guys supposed to be a Black Templar sub-chapter?
One comment, their shoulder guards just don't do it for me. I don't know what it is. I think it's that the extremities of the inside part get lighter, where as normally they get darker. That's my best guess atleast.
Oh, and Mold Lines!!!
Really nicely done though.
Ah yeah! my achillies heel! mold lines... Long story short. I am more of pencil drawer guy! (this is my way of sounding smart) which means i am not that confident when it comes to modeling! But! i am training.
oh. and thanks for the positiv feedback cheers guys!
What would you do with the shoulder pads? advise is always welcome
AH HAH! I can see them now!
Look great, very well done.
They getting backpacks soon?
They should be on later today! or tomorrow or whatever we call it at this hour of the day... they should be done tomorrow
I understand your pain with regard to mold lines, I too do not enjoy modelling as much as painting.
It is a very nice effect, quite cartoony and i like that.
With regards to the shoulder pad, when you look at the middle guy in the 3rd picture, you can see the real reflection of your light source, this is how light normally hits a curved surface, hitting a central reflection point and then getting darker as it moves out. Using that school of thought then the edges of the shoulder pad should be darker than the center (where the light hits). The raised edges are treated differently as they will pick up light from all angles.
Great work though.