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Last edited by Guant; June 27th, 2007 at 17:16.
IMO it looks very good, and based on the color scheme you used it looks much more balanced than another piece would. If you're doing this for free he shoulden't be complaining. That's just me though. Personally I don't see what the big deal with pink is, because in certain cases it compliments very well with other colors.
It's really nice, i don't see what the huge problem is.
It's pretty cool and it's definitely a good paint job, although personally I think Eldar should be brightly coloured. But yeah, I think it looks very good and you friend shouldnt complain. There is NOTHING wrong with pink!
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I think it looks pretty good from what I can see.
One piece of advice though, use a white background when taking pictures and use more indirect light if you can. I use 3 or 4 lamps illuminating the whole figure. Some of your colors are being "swallowed up" by the wood's color reflecting off of the background and its hard to tell due to the swamp out by yellow tones and the shadows.
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I like it.
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About the model itself. I really like it. I know the colours have changed somewhat due to it being difficult to take pics sometimes. The effect of it the combination of pink with the other warm shades instantly reminded me of a sunset.
I think it is great when models cause me to think about temperature or some kind of setting not entirely linked with what the model is, one of the best ways to make a model life-like in my opinion.
If you want to tackle that pink, try red. Red is a danger, manly, macho colour, well after a fashion. However it will be hard for anybody to say it isn't warlike.
I like the autarch the way it it. The colors remind me of a pleasant autumn day. The pink looks more like a manly red though, so tell your friend that. Or tell him that the model is "Tough Enough to Wear Pink".
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