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I'm getting the touch on highlighting
and this digicam is amazing, I can see "flaws" I can't see with teh naked eye
heavy bolter marine
just noticed the red blob on the barrel, i'll fix it
captain, beware 56k-ers!
I gave the kapitan a BP because:
A- I do not need a stormbolter
B- the stormbolter kept falling off
so...what do you think?the eyes are more than just red/black blobs now, (though I am going to get a new pencil, a really small one, for that!
very nice, the bolter marine looks awesome, so does the captain
[40k] - Dark Eldar
Very nicely done, though I haven't used a pencil for eyes before.When I assemble something that gives me trouble and I don't have green stuff, heres what I do.Originally posted by Havock@Jan 9 2005, 15:29
B- the stormbolter kept falling off :P[snapback]298000[/snapback]
1) put on first small layer of superglue
2) put on a bit of clay (the type u can get in a crafts store for like $2 that u cook in the oven).
3) put 2nd layer of superglue over the clay
4) place the part u want to glue on the clay, smoosh it so it fits.
5) remove any extra clay with a modeling knife
The superglue will harden the clay like green stuff, and it's a cheap alternative.
I first discovered this trick when I assembled my Land Raider Crusader. I was up past midnight trying to get the bolters to fit, but they wouldn't. Then, in desperation, I tried to stick it together with clay, and marvelously, the clay hardened.
aight, but the bP is better anyway (extra CC atack)
just got a new brush and small brushes are nice, really nice for painting detail.
very nice , better than the last ones . but the only thing i would try to perfect is the red . its a bit patchy in places because its painted on black . the most probable reason for this is because you didnt work the red up from a darker colour ( thats what i rekon from what i can see anyway ) i would start by painting the areas you want red in a colour like vermin brown , its more red than black but is still dark , this means that the black isnt strong enough to show up through the red . then paint scab red to brighten it up a little more . then after that for a final coat , do it in red gore , this will finish the red off into a nice smooth darkish red with no blothchyness or bits of black showing up through the paint . when you do the blood red and blazing orange highlights it will really make the red look great .
it takes a little longer bit the results are worth it . hope this helps .
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well I use scab red as weapon colors anyway, too bright red just doesn't look good on black.
very nice. I know what you mean about seeing things in the photo you didnt see before i found some patchy paintwork when i blew my fc up to A3 size/
Looking very nice in general, don't know what to say really. I guess the only tip i can give is to watter down some of your paints more, some of the larger areas look slightly bloby in places and to highlight just very slightly more. Hummz anyways there looking damn nice good job mate.
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