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I can only see the last one, the one with his back.
He have a bad-ass servo-arm that I can see, but I wnat to see more of the model!
As for the painting, dry using some shades of darker colors on the cloak and the blue in general.
The shoulder pads could do with some lining of a darker color as well. Red is a pain to paint, use darker there as well and highlight with wet coats.
Other than that is that I want some better pics of him, I can't get a good view of the armor now. :)
 

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Yup, there is something wrong with the two first pics.
It's a good start you've got here WarpBaby, and I like the fact that it is a focused guy this. He is clearly antitank and that comes through good.
From what little I can see on the third pictire it looks like you've done the upper claw arm a bit to long. On a normal marine the elbow comes just below the shoulderplate but this guy has quite a bit extra.
There is one thing about the positioning that I think you should fix too. It is all about anatomy.
When a human walks or moves he (I use he instead of he/she) will move his right leg back and his right arm forth. This is how we keep the balance. Your model, among with many others, has both his limbs on the same side going the same way. Right arm back -right leg back.
I do not know the english word for this but in swedish we call it "passgång", it is how camels move. (No, not Da Mighty Camel- he is unique;)). I'm not all to found of the "both arms raised"-pose either, but that is a very personal thing, if you like it go ahead. Try the pose out in your chamber and you'll feel how freaky it gets.

I look forward to some new pics so I can have a closer look.
Keep up the good work.
 

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Drills baby.
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Andusciassus said:
I do not know the english word for this but in swedish we call it "passgång", it is how camels move. (No, not Da Mighty Camel- he is unique;)). I'm not all to found of the "both arms raised"-pose either, but that is a very personal thing, if you like it go ahead. Try the pose out in your chamber and you'll feel how freaky it gets.
Haha. Yes, I am one of a kind :)
I agree with Andusciassus as well, but the more you train the better you get so model some more models!
And btw, 'passgång' = amble in my english dictionary.
 

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warp baby immage shack offers several link options to you.

it looks as if your going for one of the thumbnails

i found that the one that says 'show this immage to your friends' (or words to that effect) works better and brings up a full screen pic.

this link is found at the bottom of the links

i like the model but can't really comment until i see a bigger pic.
 
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