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From what i can tell they look good. Although the pictures are aweful also rote the last one would help alot.
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
haha, he has no left arm! Did I get it?
The Great Plague meets The Devourer of The Galaxy. What does that make us?
Devlan mud those bia*ches! Will get into all the ribcages etc and will hopefully, make them look WAY better ^.^ Dont get any on the shileds tho, they look nice.
Yeah, sorry about the quality, on most of their pictures, i shook the camera slightly, these were the best i could manage.
I'll attempt it again at a later date though when i have more to show, and when i actually wash them.
i was experimenting with drybrushing and light highlights as i rely too heavily on washes at the moment.
Edit: The guy behind the champ in the first pic
Last edited by Chaos Sorcerer Gir; July 14th, 2009 at 23:04.
Just a man.... with a chainsword.......
Looking good, few tips, make the skull eye sockets darker, wash the bone with a slightly darker color and make that icon on the banner cloth less skaveny (the triangle).
Apart from that, good start! i liek the tarnished spears and the white signs on te shields.
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The Dutch Legion
I think they look good as dusty old Skellies. You could try to give them a brown ink wash. The ink will fill in the details and show up the bones much better. I think that you should do some sand on their bases as well.