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I know this should be in the painting section (and it is) But i wanted to make sure every (tryanid) player that would be intrested in seeing this, sees it.
This is my Trygon and i put many weeks into him. He has Toxic sacks, Likes to deep strike with an encourge of death-guants, and likes long walks on the beach. Hopes this inspires someone, if not, at least you enjoying looking at him
outstanding model, your hard work truly shows, congrats
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Good work. I think your choice of colours and the cleansess of your painting are very good. You could try to add some white to the end of the scything talons to help make them look sharper. It would only take a minute and help to show a difference between the talons and the carapace/shell of your Trygon.
Cool, I like the contrasting colors of red and white. The only thing that got me was I didn't think the white was finished, thought it was still primed. Maybe think about doing a wash to pick up the detailed recesses that exist in the excellent forge-world model?
The Carapace is painted Bleached Bone, Not white, with Chesnut ink in between the Plating.
Thanks for the advice Leech, I was just wondering about what to do about highlighting the carapace
wow that looks super-clean
how can you pant like that and still spare all the details.
Very nice work. Good color scheme and great work on you detail. You could make it look even better by dipping it. I will help make you detail stand out more and make him look a little dirty too.
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I gotta say I like your model though! I'm a big fan of big contrasts, and that bleached bone (is it?) against the red is very tasty indeed.
However, If you want to make it look even more jaw-dropping, you could always highlight the carapace with another even brighter color. Actually, I would recommend highlighting just about every area possible, like teeth and talons as well, it will make him look even more gorgeous good work on him though! I would love to see some more of your minis.
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