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hi guyz! this is my last work
PIx OF DAY | Sunfalcon86’s Page
I hope you like it! ^^
Looks very good. Looks like metal which is always a good sign.
Wow, that is an awsome pant job, but do you have any fluff, all the different things confuse my tiny brain....
"fluff" is the back story to the model. eg, how marines are made is fluff.
looks good, nice colours. The NMM looks cool. But I not a big fan of the sword it looks a bit strange to me, the way you have painted the reflection, bright at the top and dark at the bottom, some reflection points should look good IMO. Also I think the photo is a bit smal to really show of your flaws (if you have any...)
Keep the paint diluted and thin :)
(first rule in Zentradis book of painting)
Yeah the 'fluff' is the story, and backgroun of the mini or his company etc.
eg. The knights of the sky earth were formed on the brink of the empires collapse, when chaos threatened to destroy all they held dear.
The knights of the sky earth were tasked with protecting the emorer Karl Franz; and at the battle of Middenheim acompanied him in a great charge that destroyed the chaos artillery this great victory sealed their name in the ancient history books of the empire.
Kinda like that, but mostly longer and more detailed.
The order of the Sky Earth was formed when Sir Lawrence the Stern ordered a squire to polish his sword for 12 hours as penance for some indiscretions regarding the livestock. As Sir Lawrence rode into battle the following day, he drew the fated blade and it shone like a mirror. Obligingly he held it at a stylishly inclined angle where it captured the reflections of the sky and earth. Roaming painters from miles around swarmed on Sir Lawrence to show off their skills capturing such a scene.
Sadly the order was promptly destroyed to the man immediately upon its founding, as the blinding glare revealed Sir Lawrence's position to the enemy. A hail of arrows struck down not only he, but all save one of the surrounding painters. The only evidence of the grisly event, seen here today.