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These are the pics of my Exalted Champion Of Nurgle, Flayrot the Morbid. Pre-Painting pics in the conversion section. C&C Wealcome.

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Thanks for the comments guys. BTW, if you want really zoomed in pics, click on the picture, then click on the little expand icon in the bottom right-hand corner.

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Hmm, looks ok but nothing spectacular I am afraid. For one the huge pictures and bad lighting makes the model not as good as it could. That being said, it looks like the varnish is too thick, he is extremely shiny - it could be said to be slime but in my opinion it should be used in specific areas as such. From what I can tell the model has mainly been inked and drybrushed, this is not all that bad but hardly makes a top model. The colours and details I am having a hard time picking out.

My suggestions would be use less inks, in my experience you can get a better look via layering than you can via inks and you do not get that nice shiny look from layering. I would use browns and greens on the armour - make it look old, worn and dieased. The model looks quite busy, I feel the odd back banner thing, the skeleton on the floor takes away the main emphasis of the model. I would have tried to incorperate them more or leave them off, maybe the lord stood on the corpse or holding its head or something.

Overall not bad but not as good as you could do with more time and attention spent upon it.

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King Ulrik Flamebeard said:
Hmm, looks ok but nothing spectacular I am afraid. For one the huge pictures and bad lighting makes the model not as good as it could. That being said, it looks like the varnish is too thick, he is extremely shiny - it could be said to be slime but in my opinion it should be used in specific areas as such. From what I can tell the model has mainly been inked and drybrushed, this is not all that bad but hardly makes a top model. The colours and details I am having a hard time picking out.

My suggestions would be use less inks, in my experience you can get a better look via layering than you can via inks and you do not get that nice shiny look from layering. I would use browns and greens on the armour - make it look old, worn and dieased. The model looks quite busy, I feel the odd back banner thing, the skeleton on the floor takes away the main emphasis of the model. I would have tried to incorperate them more or leave them off, maybe the lord stood on the corpse or holding its head or something.

Overall not bad but not as good as you could do with more time and attention spent upon it.

KU
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