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There quite nice, one thing i would suggest, is drybrush Bleached Bone onto the Wolf pelt.....it brings it out nicely i find
Yes, they are quite nice. I would also suggest applying a dark wash to the recesses of the models, to add even more contrast with the dry-brushing that you've done.
2500 points of Empire for ToXG: Points painted for month 4: 0 Points painted overall: 510
good job for tabletop quality, just a quick thing is you could apply a light wash to the yellow on the shoulderpads and on the eagle on the gun of the guy in the right of the photo.
They are indeed nice ones, and as Chad said give them a dark wash and they'll really pop.
It's also nice to see them so completed (finishing things is my Nemesis) but when I look on the bases I can see how the feet appears to be "drowning". If you either apply the gravel before attaching the model or if you build them up usine like plasticard or such before glueing on the gravel, it'll look even better
Nice Wolfies -I better get working on my own now
Thanks for all of the comments and suggestions. I've never tried giving a model a darker wash once I've finished it so I'll give it a shot and see how it turns out. As far as their feet drowning in their bases goes, they are indeed. It's my way of cheating I guess. It builds the base up quickly and takes very little time to do. I've painted about 70 Space Wolves over the past few months and I'll be the first to admit I took some short cuts. I've been painting for a long time and tend to get stuck in my ways so it's great to get some fresh ideas.