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    Warrior of Chaos Undivided

    As you may (or may not) know I am not one for painting ^_^ My models have never been masterpieces (especially when my main gaming opponent is King Ulrik, who puts my models to shame)

    Anywho, having recently started up a WHFB Chaos army (again), I present to you the first warrior from my new army...



    The weapon looks a little bright in the picture, but it has since been inked to dull it down a little.

    Anywho, thought? Suggestions?

    Last edited by Knape97; February 13th, 2006 at 02:34.

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    That came out better than I had expected it to, to be honest. I see you decided against the black armour with silver? I'm glad - I think that would have been a bit too flat.

    This guy looks like he has more of a rustic feel to him.

    Do you trim your flash before hand? I think I see some going up the side of the horns. But to be fair, I know how hard it is to remove that particular piece of flash.


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    Wow that looks really good. It like Caluin said has a very rustic feel.

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    Hmm..what those are great! :w00t:
    It's been a minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knape97
    As you may (or may not) know I am not one for painting ^_^ My models have never been masterpieces
    Lier! It looks brilliant. The armour looks really good like everyone else says with the 'rustic' feel... hope to see more soon:yes:


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    :yes: Very nicely painted love the armor
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    Thanks guys ^_^ Cant believe I am getting so many good comments about the armour. It is simply sprayed Black, drybrushed Boltgun, and then drybrushed Dwarf Bronze, nothing special.

    The clock on the other hand I am proud of, 2 layers of Desert Yellow, a layer of Desert Yellow / Kommando Khaki (50/50), a layer of Kommando Khaki, then 2 drybrush layers of Bleached Bone.

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    Good work here.
    One thing is that the armour would probably benefit from a little more shading, but it is really a good paintjob overall.
    The cloak would improve with some more shading as well.
    But I can say it is at least above "table-top" quality and with some training these guys will look awsome.

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    I think the armor looks fine but as camel said the cloak could do with some shading but other wise it looks fineBTW nice work on the shield
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    Very good Mr.Knape, would love to see a whole regiment of these
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