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This is the first model I've finished (almost) in about 5 years! Known problems include the gaping space in the chest piece (it was after this one I remembered to dry fit before glueing!) and the unfinished green gems. Suggestions on how to finish the gems would be appreciated. I think I might need to have another light drybrush on the silver of the throne but other than that I'm pretty happy with him.
C & C welcome!
I think this really good. You have applied the paints neat and flat which is great. The bone areas are really nice too, what did you do for them? The armour is nicely defined and the 'patchy' appearance lends well to thre whole fact he's supposed dead...long dead
I reckon a wash of devlan mud all over the throne and the grey parts on the armour will add more definition and bring them out a bit more.
Overall I say you have one dead terminator to be proud of!
The skull and tabard were based with Bleached Bone and given 2 washes with Devlan Mud. I add a slight touch of Badab Black to the recess on the skull and the eye sockets and then another Devlan mud. After that it was a very slight highlight with Bleached Bone again.
The silver parts of the throne were washed with Badab Black and then highlighted with Bolt Gun, all the gold was done with StraightSilver's recipe for gold (found on his Ultramarine 2nd Company thread). The grey crux was done with Codex Grey, Badab Black wash and highlighted with Codex Grey. I didn't want to highlight too much and make one part look newer than any other.
I didn't want th whole thing to look too aged because when I look at this mini, I see a marine who has survived the battle but obviously had no way of escaping the hulk and decided to suicide in the vacuum.