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I recently finished enough Salamanders to start up their own gallery. I decided that I could post them up here a little staggered- that way I can get away with posting up some of the close up shots and such.
So here is the first installment: a Salamanders Land Raider. For those interested, you can vote for him on Coolminiornot here.
I really enjoy your attention to detail !!!
Very cool. I think you should drill out the barrels on the assault cannon though.
That is very good. I like the dirt and scrapes you have included on it, I think they make it look more real. The flames I think could do with being more uniform. The Forgeworld doors have flames which are very crisp compared to the flames you have painted on. I suggest you sharpen up the flames you painted on so they look more in-line with the rest of the flames. I think that adding more black at the edge of the flames would work instead of trying to improve the edge of the flames themselves. Overall I think it is very good. Reppy for you.
Quite a nice tank there - I like the weathering and the flames that you've put on to it. The Forgeworld bits are a great addition, too.
I guess I'd second the 'drill the barrels' comment but I'm not sure if doing it once the model is all nicely painted up is such a good idea.
Great job. The paint chipping and other weathing looks good. Outside of the aforementioned drilling of the gun barrels my only comments would be to smooth out the flames a little bit and reverse the blending of the flames. The only reason why I'm saying that is that fire is lighter at the base and goes progressively up to red at the top of the flames.
Overall, it's still and amazing piece of work.
Now just how successful this is, well, that's for you to judge.
I really like it. The flames, I agree look better this way on painted surfaces. Painting an actual flame would work better the other way, but this way suits the situation. The additional FW parts are really nice, but I do have to agree with others about the weapon barrels (multi-melta as well).