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Made in de
Regular Dakkanaut




Columbia, SC

This army was done as a way to continue to become comfortable with my new airbrush setup. Each project I do is looking better and better. My goal was to accomplish a high table top standard paint job. I am open to any comments or constructive criticism so I can improve. Thanks for checking out my post! Enjoy!

Todd
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Land Raider Pilot on Cruise Control





Maryland

I like em a lot. Good Work.

 Grey Templar wrote:

The Riptide can't be a giant death robot, its completely lacking a sword or massive chainsaw. All giant death robots have swords or massive chainsaws.
 
   
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Tough-as-Nails Ork Boy





Washington, DC

I've seen a few folks do the "aura" lighting effect, especially Necrons, and I hadn't gotten the appeal. Then I saw your full army picture above- from that distance, and that angle (aka, how tabletop minis are generally viewed) the lighting effect looks absolutely phenomenal. It reads exactly as it should. Beautiful job, and I'm sure you'll only get better with practice.

Though, one small criticism, the pink power axe made me giggle more than it probably should...

Check out my gathering Waaagh! of drunken orks: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/559908.page 
   
Made in de
Regular Dakkanaut




Columbia, SC

DaisyWondercow wrote:
I've seen a few folks do the "aura" lighting effect, especially Necrons, and I hadn't gotten the appeal. Then I saw your full army picture above- from that distance, and that angle (aka, how tabletop minis are generally viewed) the lighting effect looks absolutely phenomenal. It reads exactly as it should. Beautiful job, and I'm sure you'll only get better with practice.

Though, one small criticism, the pink power axe made me giggle more than it probably should...


Thanks for checking out my stuff! Yeah, you are not the first to get their laughs at poor 'ol proxy Vulkan's expense! I was hoping it would be a little more red than it turned out to be. I was messing around with freak flex tints (after seeing it done by Les Bursley). And yes, up close, the lighting can seem kind of blah, but when viewed during a game, it would surely make the guy on the other side of the table a little uneasy with all of the obvious plasma! I would think a plasma-toting marine would stand out amongst his peers anyways!
   
 
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