Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
Starting my new army!
The POWER of PINK!!!
I put a glossy varnish on the R. wrist and L. lower leg, the rest was done with a matte varnish. I thought it added to slaaneesh style.
Let me know what you think.
Last edited by csandvik; April 18th, 2006 at 02:46.
Yeah, I like him too. Great job on the gold! Only thing I thought was funny was the way his face looks (the sculpt, not the painting).
It looks like he's screaming " Damn kids! I told you to stay off of my LAWN!"
Look at it again if you don't believe me
Marion: You're not the man I knew ten years ago.
Indiana: It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage.
For the last time, there are
NO FEMALE SPACE MARINES!!!!!
Well, it IS hard to move your mouth, when it has a speaker in it.
Great job on the paint job. The pink is very vivid, but the eyes look abit wierd. I guess those combat drugs are working.:rolleyes:
haha, very nice!
He's got a squint!
I like it; the eyes and the face as a whole are brilliant, freakishly appropriate
I find the harshness in the change in the pink a bit much, the dark to light is too sudden in my opinion. I would have tried to make it smoother. The brass/gold is ok but more highlighting would not of hurt - unless you were going for an aged look then it suits ok. The flesh is a bit too grey/green shade for my personal liking, I would have made it look more like human flesh but very pale toned. Last few things are the black and silver, the silver looks like it could do with a bit of a shading then an extra highlight and the black has the highlights too sharp (though black is hard to highlight effectively).
Overall this is a solid model. I too agree that the pink transition is a bit rough. Maybe mix a 50/50 mix between the darkest and lightest color to ease the transition.
General picture taking info: Try to crop your pictures so that you don't have so much background in the picture. That way more focus can be spent where it is really important - your figures!
Now offering an affordable Tournament Legal Quality Commission pricing. Find out more here!
overall i think its a great model and i especially like the way you painted the metal (bronze i think) on the backpack.
That's cool! I like how you did the pink. Dark pink(?) in the recesses and ligh pink in the "middle of the armor". Omg, I have to better my english or just stop replying you guys.
Things go better with Petter
Check out my gallery: Click here to see!