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    40K Wolf Lord and BC - newbie painting

    I just started collecting WH40K a few months ago, and have yet to play a battle, but am well underway with the painting.

    Here is my first and only conversion so far. Uses a generic wolf head done in chainmail for a 'helm'. An old chaos warrior hammer arm with the head replaced with a piece of a spacewolf backpack, and finally the bolter-flamer ir various weapon/parts from the greyhunter spruce.

    Suggestions? Opinions?

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/e/d/edge2k2/...-lord-back.jpg

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/e/d/edge2k2/...lord-front.jpg

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/e/d/edge2k2/...ord-hammer.jpg

    Here is my non-mainstream paintjob for the blood claws that will accompany my wolf lord. Going for a dark grey/black armor with "bloodied" claws:

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/e/d/edge2k2/...C-markings.jpg

    http://bellsouthpwp.net/e/d/edge2k2/...BC-company.jpg

    Last edited by Edge of night; March 24th, 2005 at 22:40.

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    Well done! Some really nice painting there especially given the fact that you've only been at it a couple of months now. Ok...ego massaging is over...time for my attempt at constructive criticism. IMO the model (especially the armor) looks too "flat." I suggest adding some highlights to the model. You've got plenty of shading but with the addition of some well-placed highlights it would give the model much more contrast.
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    Wow, both models look really nice...I wanna see more pics! =)

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    here are a few more...

    my brand new BC... notice the armor is all nice (shadow gray spray with space wofl gray highlighting):


    then we have my Grey Hunters who I tried to make a bit more worn (diluted paint with water):


    My venerab;e dreadnaught 'Thor': bit of a conversion used LRC lascannon for arm (drybrushed on space wolf gray to give him and old look)



    And lastly my landraider crusader with my first attempt at mudding it up:
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    Excellent job on the blood claws and Superp job on the Dreadnaught and Landraider. I give you major props

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    WOW those are some sexy models, mucho kudos for the paint job. I have repainted my models form my first few months of painting several times. Those are very nice.
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