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Wow, I really like the second and third models (the third and fourth pics, the hooded guy + the one raising the dagger) and the last model (the last two pics) - great quiver detail, and the cloth & skin effects better than anything I could ever do. of course the others are great too, I just had to play the favourites game.
I'm curious to see what they would look like when not zoomed in so far, when you finish a larger amount of them could you put them in some sort of group and take a picture? It would be interesting to see how they look like.
Out of curiosity, how long does it take you to do one of these (approximately)?
Looking forward to seeing more of these, keep up the good work!
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Thanks for the compliments. I don't remember how long these took to paint, but it was a while. The models are very detailed and I primed them white, meaning there was a lot of work to do. I remember it being a very tedious task.
i like them alot, they look kinda "grainy" but that could very well be the camera.
ive pretty much decided WE will be my first fantasy army, and seeing models like this reaffirm my decision.
thanks for posting
leave the moderating to the moderators
if pro is the opposite of con, does that mean progress is the opposite of congress?
This is the 2nd spellsinger I finished. I like the first one better. On this one, I had a hard time mixing the blue/greens and getting them to blend.
The wardancers turned out okay. I like the skin and tatoos, but not the weapons. Metal still gives me a hard time.
Sadly, the varnish on the WDs lifted the tatoo ink off the surface of the model and blurred them. I should've left them alone!