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Looks good mate - nice job for your first try with green stuff. I would suggest you widen those dips in the cloth (I'm assuming its an extension of his cape) and add curved sides to the dips to make them look more like the folds in the cloth on the other side. A file can be used to do this. At the moment the dips are the thin bits, what you should aim for is the ridges on the cloth being the thin bits. Best way to achieve this would be to use a small file and widen the dips.
Great work though buddy; should look really nice when painted
Thanks for the advice mate *rep
I'll get some files over the weekend and do some more work on the greenstuff. I'm thinking of modeling his helmet like the farseer in the 1st few pages of the new eldar codex (*edit* see my avatar), I'm not sure if I would be better making the "ears" from greenstuff or using the "ears" from the shining spear exarchs helmet. Which would be easier? any advise will be appreciated and rep will be given for good advise :yes:
Last edited by RhYn0; February 25th, 2007 at 12:09.
Sorry about the double post :shifty:
Ok so I guess no body wants any rep then
I decided to go ahead and and use the ears from the shinning spear exarchs helmet, I still havnt got the files to finish the work on the greenstuff but that will happen sometime this week here are the pics most recent pics, I'll post more when I have done work on the greenstuf.
Last edited by RhYn0; February 25th, 2007 at 20:01.
Yeah, I would take the ear things off. They make the head look funny. Just leave the head stock and it would be better IMO.
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Post up a few pictures of the model from some different angles. I think the head-wings look ok, but would like to see them from a few more angles.
Now I see what you're aiming for, your Avatar! Do NOT remove the wings, they make the Farseer look different and more individual. Anyway some more angles are a good idea. I'm not totally sure, but the rearranged arm looks as if it was situated a bit too low. Still I’m not sure about that. Some sculpted or whatever base details would improve the mini even further. Last but definitely not least, remove the mould lines!!! Just file them of as soon as you get the file for the folds.
Last edited by Hekau Chasut; February 28th, 2007 at 21:59.
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