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Looks pretty nice. Things to do to improve:
Highlight the red.
Make the hair distinguishable from the armour (A very light drybrush of grey).
1. Red was highlighted and then layered with Blood Red to mute the highlights into main color so many times I lost count. Highlights are there, even if you have trouble seeing them.
2. Hair has been highlighted with a 2/1 Chaos Black/Codex Grey mix all over non-recessed areas and then the ends were given a highlight of 1/1 CB/CG. They are visible, even if you have problems noticing them.
i like the howling banshee but what got my attention was the dreadnought. that is some damn good scratchbuilding!!!!
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unfortunately those photos don't show anything of the highlighting, besides a very little grey on the tips of the hair. It looks like it's just a model that got primed black, had the helmet painted red, the sword silver, and called it done. Until there's better photos, i can't really say much more than that.
Look, I cannot take better photos, BECAUSE THE MINIATURE HAS ALREADY BEEN GIVEN TO MY GIRLFRIEND. Understood? I can try to rework the pictures from the original files, though. Will give it a go.
I like it.
How come you post it here and ask for opnions, then get very defensive towards anyone who has a small criticism?
I'm not getting defensive. I think he is right that I messed up the photos slightly when adjusting them.
in that case then i apologise for the misunderstanding.
The model looked decent for the job that was done on it. But, I personally think that the hair should've been done another color than the armor. The sword looks like almost no real work went into it just a coat of boltgun and done. If it was being givin as a gift then I think some mroe work and thought could have gone into the model.