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Last edited by snarl of disgust; January 25th, 2010 at 21:34.
I like the color scheme a lot. Pink and green always remind me of watermelon which always reminds me of summer.
gotta do something about the colors though.. right color sheme, but there is no shading, no highlighting.. It honestly looks like the parts were dyed out of the machine press. Just something off about it...
I don't want to seem critical, but really, what were you thinking? I mean pink and green? And where is the detail work?
It's slaanesh dude, god of excess? bizarre sex acts? Pink doesn't scream that?
as far as the details, did you look at the two links? I mean, It's not a golden daemon but this is a model I play with 2-3 times a week not a show piece :-) Just thought you guys might get a kick out of him wasn't really looking for a census of opinions. No worries though, slaanesh isn't for everyone bro.
snarl, you might consider using a wash in order to enrich the colors. I think it would go a long way towards finishing this model out.
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That is like old-school Slaanesh. I remember when everything was painted that way. I think than an ink wash would bring out the details some more. You could then apply a few highlights him as well. Interesting to look at, rarely do I see Slaaneshi types in Terminator armour.
Do you think that Terminator armor will save him from the countless guitar licks my Noise Marines are going to unleash on him?
*insert air guitar motion and verbal guitar noises*
I love the guy, I'm also all for washes. Suprisingly a purple wash in the recesses has served me well, plus some light pink on the very edges of the armor! He would be orgiastic.
"Men attract not what they want but instead what they are."
I agree with others here. Wash the pink with some thinned out red to deepen the crevasses. Then drybrush the original pink back on to the necessary parts, and make a lighter pink by adding white and put some highlights on edges that light would hit.
This will not change the overall color, but it will keep the pink parts from looking like bubble gum.
But I must say, I'm loving the head on this guy, and slaaneshi color schemes like this are so much fun to play on the table.
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