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well only the commander so far and he is not done yet but i hope to have a wip pis up today in 2 or so hours when my studying is done
So.... Where are the pics??? :shifty:
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they will be up soon i just have a bit more studying to do then they will be up
and sorry fopr not having them up yet
wouldnt it have made more sense to post it all when you have time? lol
looking forward to seeing them though
WELL SAID, NO MORE SQUATS THEY ARE DEAD GET OVER ITOriginally Posted by artificer
the commanders arm with bolt pistol and his backpack are not done yet and i still have the rest of the tectical squad left to do bt lucky for me my school is over next wed after exams so i wil have lots of time there
but the commander will be up shortly my camera die while i was takig pics so im charging it back
[oftopic] were / how do i host pics on librarium [/oftopic]
trying to build suspences, eh? well, i'm onto your plan :shifty:
waiting for the sunrise!
Hard to tell with the pic, but the colours seem nice and bright, with neat work on the separation of colours. I like the scheme, I don't think I have seen it before.
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The quartering is reminiscent of the Storm Lords, but they're Red and White, not red and blue. It's a nice bold scheme, but with the photos I can't make out any detailing or highlights.
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I have to agree with the above, good scheme but hard to tell about details.
It looks like they've been varnished, some people swear by this, but personally I think it lends the models a sheen that detracts from the hours of work that has gone into them.
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