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Ok I got inspired by theyak thread so I made my own. I really like to know what you guys donít like about my model (I know a few thinks I wasnít so happy about...). My first pictures of the model got a bit dark and the second lost some of the color shades and flatted the model a bit, so I show them both...
In this picture the colors are more correct, but some shades got lost, for example some of the green on the legs...
The colors got a little dark and some of the model is a bit blurry, but the picture is a larger scale. As most of you guys donít know this model I can say its quite small, the base is the same size as the smallest fantasy bases.
Thanks for any feed back or criticism
Last edited by Zentradi; February 17th, 2007 at 11:02. Reason: used way insted of what...
I actually voted for this model, so no complain from me. I really like its simplicity. And I love what you've done with the eyes, especially the one with the design around it. I think you colour scheme was a great choice too, especially the different coloured armoured arm.
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In all honesty, I fell in love with this when I saw it and tried my hardest to find something wrong with it and I just cant. Voting for me was tied between you and leech and in the end leech got the vote as it looked like he had done more.
Its a perfect paint job!
I had a real hard time not voting for this model. It was one of the top 3 that I was seriously considering. In the end I gave my vote to theyak, because of his work with the checkered patterns.
Things to improve: There's not much to say. Your shading is really good. The only thing I would suggest (and it's not even that big of a deal) is to change his hair color and the purple hilt. The blond hair blends in too much with his heavy crossbow. Since he has a slight anime look, you may even be able to get away with a more wilder color. As for the purple hilt, it looks good, but it doesn't fit IMHO. I'd rather see a more natural color. The mini would look find with only the purple sash, and I don't think that it would stand out too much at all.
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I think it's a ladyOriginally Posted by Rabbit
On topic, I think you did a marvelous job. Great paint scheme, I like how you picked differing colors, but not so differing as to make the model look scattered and sloopy (A big problem of mine). Great work.
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Sometimes it is not about your model, but what else there is in the race. Your model is great, I can see nothing wrong with it!
You might be right about this, especial the hilt, maybe it shod look better whit a brown color.Originally Posted by RabbitWell the problem I had whit that part was that it was not struck by the "light source" wits was suppose to come from a bow. I was trying to go for a metallic effect whit the green color, still I donít think it came out perfect...Originally Posted by Jon Quixote
Thanks for all the comments
I was trying to paint two small sub tile effects that came a bit hard to see. First I was going for a small targeted light source on the back from the gem, but as the crossbow covered it didnít came out that good... :blush:
The second effect was trying to reflect some parts of the crossbow on the green armor, this was hard to get good picture of and is more notable in real.