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I recently finished a couple warjacks for a Magnus battlegroup, and I though I'd go ahead and post them here for commentary. This is far more battle damage than I normally put on a warjack, but I think it fits a theme very well.
What do you think?
Edit- the Mangler won an award, so I thought I'd let everyone know.
Hooray for PP minis! Very nice work. Are you secretly a cousin to danjones?
They look very nice. Battle damage looks great!
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Dan is going to take one look at these and wet himself with excitement. and I ain't cleaning it up!
Those are some fine looking minis. The damage is at a great level, I can honestlt believe they have been through hell and back.
Think I saw them over on the PP site, they look awesome.
Really nice damage effects overall, but I think some of the larger areas with flat metal underneath (the Nomad's buckler, and the top of the Mangler) seem a little lacking in detail, an extra shade or highlight would really help them out, I think.
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Now that just looks somewhat badass
Very nice chevrons, the battle damage is pretty realistic and I really love the sword!
Hope to see more!
By my current assessment, what I need to do to take my painting to the next level is go for a higher contrast between my darkest shade colors and highest highlights. That's tricky, when I'm still trying to keep all of the blending smooth, and the finish realistic. I'm going to be working on that for my next few personal projects.