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Last edited by #_#; April 13th, 2006 at 10:22.
Oh wow they look really good. The colors really work good together IMO.
And the last guys in the first pics, are those on Elves bodys?
These are great, what paints did you use?
Some of the pictures are too big though and they interfere with your profile and new sidebar... could you possibly make the pictures smaller please?
great looking models
well painted and i really like the conversions you did on the gaurdsmen. awesome just straight up great
Let's see, your painting is not the best ever, though good. Your choice of colours and conversion abilities are very good.
I think your blue looks a little rough and the shading on the capey things is too dramatic, you went from dark brown to almost white, I think that is too much. Also I think the cadian head doesn't match the samurai body well. The other head was way better.
First thank you for your comments and your feedbackI used GW colours. I primed the minis with a Chaos Black spray. First I started to drybrush the modell with Regal Blue followed by Entchanted Blue and Ice Blue. It is important that you use a big brush (for example a tankbrush)Originally Posted by WolfhowlO.k I' ll try to upload them in a smaler sizeOriginally Posted by Wolfhowl:yes: I used the bodys of my High Elves spearmens.Originally Posted by quiksilverHmm the rough blue is the result of my camera. It is not that rough as it is on the pictures. As I described before I drybrushed the minis. You' ll get this effect if you do so.Originally Posted by northoceanbeach
Hmm I like the way the white parts turned out . How would you paint them?
I think what North was trying to say was that you could use thinner paints with more layers/grading/shading.
Well done, they're nice minis. Good uniform colours that will really make an army stand out as a whole.
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