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Not bad at all, the picture is a little dark so it's hard to make out some of the detail. Seems to be well painted, The greenstuff looks a little odd, but I can't say that mine look better. Good job, always good to see your work.
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The snow on the base definitely needs to be whitened, but I'm not sure of a proper method.
Excellent job otherwise though
Maybe wash it with some watered down skull white or add some snow flock by another manufacturer?. I used the woodland scenics snow flock.
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Since the wind has caught his cloak it should also chatch the wolfpelts on his weapon.
The painting looks solid and I really like the model. It's somehow comforting to know that it was a good-looking model that was responsible for the destruction of our planet. It would have been to much to bear if he was ugly too...
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Wow nice conversion
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Very nice! I like it, very wolf-y
As has been said by various peeps, the photo is a little dark, but it is only really a problem when trying to judge the face, which is a pity because it looks good.
The snow is definately a bit odd, as LN says, slightly crystalline. Which is a pity, because it distracts from the paintjob and convertion. I have been reccomended Techstar snow flakes, but I haven't tried them out. Baking powder mixed with glue, water and white paint is also supposed to work.
The painting looks good, there isn't anything particulaly wrong with it, but I think that the highlights on the armour could do with being a little smoother, you can see the almost 'jagged' brush strokes, and that (to me) does not work particulally well on a smooth surface.
The armour could also do with a bit more shading in the grooves on some of the sections (I'm thinking the lower legs particulally). Just a thin dark blue line would help a lot.
Overall, really nice. You should be very happy with it :yes:
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