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Heres some pictures of my iron warrirors defiler, im having trouble posting on the gallery.
hope you all like it
Hi, it is quite nice, although the painting standard seems to vary accross the model cant really tel lfrom the photo, but I woudl say - the black and yellow looks neat and good, the metal could use more highlighting or rust, the brown - not sure what this is, looks like you stuck a bit of real crab to it
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I just give you a quick comment now maybe I wrights some more later.
Its on thing I donâ€™t like, its the fact that the blast marks only show on the armor plates. I find it strange that its only got bullet hits there.
thats because the blasts marks wouldnt show up on the bare metal as much, the paint has chipped of the black and chevroned areas.Its on thing I donâ€™t like, its the fact that the blast marks only show on the armor plates. I find it strange that its only got bullet hits there.Thanks. The metal is highlighted three times. its hard to tell from the photo. the brown is actually tin bits highlighted with brazen brass. and youre right it does look brown.Hi, it is quite nice, although the painting standard seems to vary accross the model cant really tel lfrom the photo, but I woudl say - the black and yellow looks neat and good, the metal could use more highlighting or rust, the brown - not sure what this is, looks like you stuck a bit of real crab to it
Thanks for the comments.
I echo Chered's words here. It is good enough for table top but certain things could have been done better. The yellow for instance, I think it was done over a black base for it looks rather dull and I seem to be able to see streaks of black through the base colour. The bronze needs more work; there it more of less no shading making it look flat and harder for any highlights to show through. A flesh wash or brown inking would work well here. Otherwise, I agree with Chered.
I agree that the blast marks shod not show as match on the rest of the model, but I do be live some shod show a bit at least.
In my opinion you shod have used more thin layers for the metallic colors. The silver look a bit thick in some places, then it is like KU sad. The yellow is painted on black, try to first paint it with a white base then paint on the yellow. The white have to be painted on in a few layers to be a good coat. If you do this the next time the result will get allot better.
On a personal not I think you need more color then juts metallic silver yellow, black and bronze. The colors you have now just blend in with encoder except the yellow. This can be help with some wash as well, but colors shod make a greater difference.
Its a good table top quality. And the model is not bad.
Ahh - you guys have too high standars - I like it :yes: Would not mind playing with it
You see SmokWawelski its not a question if the model is really good or not, its more what you can improve or what you have done well.
I post a picture I what to know how I can become a better painter, and what I have don well.
Sure its nice to have a few "great job". But there are other important things as well. As I sad I donâ€™t think the model is bad painted, but there is things to improve as always.
Is this still a WIP? The model looks unfinished to me. I would have anticipated the yellow/black striping to continue over to the other leg casings as well. I would tone down the bright silver of the weapon damage marks - it seems a bit too strong considering how rusty/oily the rest of the metal looks.
Overall a good solid gaming piece. Nothing much wrong with it and I really don't have much more to add to it that wasn't already said.
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It's nice DJ.
There are a couple of things I would like to recommend.
The armourplates could do with a gentle Boltgun drybrush, just to make them look worn. If you get to much just give it a brown/black wash.
On the brass you could very well drybrush some (very little but still) gold. Just enough to make them more 3D.
I must say I love the small added details. The chains are really nice and the extra tubing in the front makes it so much more alive.