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    Lord of Change [Pics]

    Hey Everyone.

    Just wanted to quickly post up some pics of my Lord of Change.

    He's not finished yet, which is why I posted him. I was hoping I could get some advice on how to finish him!

    Thanks in advance!











    Any comments welcome.


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    Very Prettiful.

    However your continued obsession with bits of wall on your models base is worrying and the flailing arm pose isn't doing it for me.

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    i like

    love the colour scheme and also quite like the base as well. maybe a strong colour to contrast the blue such as yellow, or gold. do really like it though.

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    Fantastic feather effects. The only critical thing i can say is the gold look a little thick, although that could be the camera's fault, and as said above, the wall is really distracting and doesnt do anything for the model

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    That is a good paint job. I like the staff the most. If you are looking for more to do on it I suggest some more shading. Thin down some dark blue paint and use a small detail brush to apply the paint to the recesses. This could work well on the wings to give them more definition. Just a little is all that is needed.

    Another idea is you could do some kind of pattern on the robes. A simple but good pattern is a thorn pattern. Paint black lines or a dark colour you like onto the robes in a spiral or random way. Then you only have to add little triangles to the lines to make it thorny.

    You can of course try other patterns such as this.

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    Hope this helps you out.

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    Thanks! I'll give that a go. ^_^

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    Make the highlights more even across the model
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