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++NEW EDIT++ See message 8 for finished pics
Ok, we have a greenstuffed tabard, proabably my best yet, so i'm happy with that. First time using surgical gloves to work with greenstuff and it works a treat.
Freehand logos, are coming along, I like the black so much i may leave them black instead of the tradition red...
The armour is lovely and soft, still needs tidying in places, and some of the armour gaps need a darker shade, but its cool.
Metals... still undecided how to tackle the metal, i think i'll opt for nmm with metal paint.
Looking good so far Gareth. Surgical gloves you say? Could you explain the workings of that...................
I saw these on MSN, look great. The bone tone is cool, the green works well and the freehand is bloody good. One thing though, looking at it. The tabard across the chest may have too many folds, looks slightly odd to me.
I have heard of using gloves for GS work, some have to due to having allergic reaction to it, but sounds like it works.
You know you want to do proper NMM mate, there isnt a lot of metal, plus the swirly bits on the armour
Everything you have been told is a lie!
Thats a great idea about the gloves. Especially handy because I have a limitless supply in my job. Will be using this one in the future.........
Ooooh....Very nice indeed!
I really like it! But there may be a possiblity for minor ameliorations on the future ones. The tabard seems to start in the middle of nowhere. Try to make it start somewhere unseen or just give it a brooch or something like that. I love the skull that seems to laugh!
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