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Since I was able to get the opinons of the helpful painters here, I wanted to post the pics of the finished Exorcist. (Technically, needs highlighting still... but its 95% complete.)
If I can get better lighting, I'll replace these with better color pics. (Photoshop color correction can only do so much.)
Looks good but I don't like the mix with yellow and red on the same model. I just don't like yellow I guess.
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Props. I like it. It should fit in nicely with the rest of your army.
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I thought u were talking out the Exorcist space marines!!!!
anyway, the tank is nice. CLean paint job.
A little too nice for a tank if you ask me. Might wanna dirty it up a little?
Other then that its great, good job!
i agree with R.A.P.T.O.R here. The red looks a little bold and a little bright and the yellow is a little out of place other than that it looks good.Originally Posted by R.A.P.T.O.R
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Unfortuantly I do not like it. The mini itself looks too busy with the clashing of the white, orange and yellow. To me it just looks messy with these colours, or even these shades, each colour seems to be vying for the views attention and distracts from the overall look.
Larger pictures would help to see properly but certain areas, the white in particular, look plain unshaded and/or highlighted. I am not sure what to advise here, these colours don't really seem to work together - or at least not at this larger scale.
Holy space circus Batman!
I'm not happy with the colour scheme but if you like it I think the model needs blacklining more than it does highlighting.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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i agree with CBrate, you should black line. it seems to run together abit, the talisman things/slabs that are gold on the edges seem to blend with the orange. a line there would help to clean it up. it is a very nice concept, and scheme and i like it! blacklining is needed, though.
I don't know the fluff, but assume he's hijacked a pipe organ from a chapel of some sort?
Very bright colors. If the rest of your army is that bright, issue your oppnent sunglasses, unless it is a night-fight scenario
The entire army is med/dark orange and white (very out of the ordinary for WH). The yellow/white does blend a bit... I will try the blacklining on the entire setup.
Thanks for all the comments!