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They look great Boba! Some of the faces though look a bit off, like they lack detail. But overall I really like them.
Wow, those are totally cool.
You and your crazy Guards...
@Kuffy: Yes these guys are relatively speed-painted because I am actually considering making an army out of them. They are surprisingly easy to make. Let's see if I get them done this time.
I think they look good. You have a nice color scheme that works. I like the earthy colors with just a hint of contrast. The conversions look effortless as well.
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Right... Someone suggested that I add a white triangle pattern to the red trim, so I've played around with the wonders of Photoshop.
I've tried both white and black 'dagz'... I'm not sure... I like the idea, but somehow it makes them look almost native American, which isn't the idea. What do you guys think?
I thought they were better without the dagz. With them, they look like they are about to get the pan pipes out. Look like they would make a striking army in large numbers. Very nice. I can imagine the tanks ! Rep for them sir.
Jager bombs. Very efficient at wiping out friend or foe.
Yeah I agree, the dags make them look very native American. I'd leave them off. Not to mention that adding those would complicate their paint job quite a lot.
Hah, I love 'em. Definitely lose the zigzags, but overall great work.
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