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I have a few ideas. Give it a nice base and an awesome paintjob to match the model and it will look amazing.
Thats really good.
I suggest you add some crusader/purity seals to the thunder hammer and torso armor.
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Ive seen that on hobby hawk, its a nice model i think it looks ok as it is
I agree about the purity seals.
IMO they should go on the hand that strikes the enemy down (you know, so they aren't "tainted" by the enemy). Plus the model looks a bit under-developed at the hand/hammer joint as compared to the rest of the model. As the model is so active, and the hand is almost always a place of focus in art, it should be developed a bit more somehow.
Otherwise, it's a great conversion (9/10) & I'll be excited to see it painted.
Last edited by Y'he Sha'is; June 19th, 2006 at 15:26.
@ Y'He Sha'is
I think I know what you mean. Maybe sharpen it up a bit, it looks a bit rounded caompared to the rest of the model.
Thanks for nice comments
I'm adding a cape(GS) and making the TH bigger with plasticard.
Those new changes look pretty good. I like the Green stuff work on the cape at the back - very nice. One thing I would strongly suggest you pay attention to is the base. A model can look good when its been well converted, but a nice scenic base will really set it off.
Keep us updated mate.
the modified TH looks great, and definately goes with the rest of the embelishments. All you need to add now is an impressive base and give it a GD quality paint job......
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HMM u sure that hammers big enough
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