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Hi, here's the first and second terminators in my squad so far..!
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Love all of your stuff! Your colors are so smooth and... Delicious?? They are really great!

 
   
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UnCool Villain wrote:Love all of your stuff! Your colors are so smooth and... Delicious?? They are really great!
Thanks for them comment matey.
   
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REALLY nicely painted alternate DAs!

Are you using an airbrush to achieve these stunning effects?

   
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Alpharius wrote:REALLY nicely painted alternate DAs!

Are you using an airbrush to achieve these stunning effects?
Hi mate it's a combo between airbrush and wet blending..! as the tip of my airbrush isn't really that fine think it's a 0.4 but i know people who go dwn to a 0.2 and 0.1 .. thanks for the comment..!

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Perfect technique mate.....nough said!


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Spaced wrote:Perfect technique mate.....nough said!
Thanks man thanks for the comment..!
   
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Beautiful.That is all.

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O.k, you need to stop right now!........ have you stopped yet?

no? well, you need to to! and then you need to start collecting an army and play a game or two! everything you lay your hand on turns out well (unless you're only showing us the good stuff!.... cheeky!) and while I love seeing every single mini you do, I'd also like to see how you tackle a force! seeing the two alternate DA makes me ache for a shot of a large group of space age soldiers painted the only way you can do it, beautifully! ;-)

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Veeeeeeery very nice! Simple color scheme but beautifully executed. Pure warhammer eye candy mate!

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nerdfest09 wrote:O.k, you need to stop right now!........ have you stopped yet?

no? well, you need to to! and then you need to start collecting an army and play a game or two! everything you lay your hand on turns out well (unless you're only showing us the good stuff!.... cheeky!) and while I love seeing every single mini you do, I'd also like to see how you tackle a force! seeing the two alternate DA makes me ache for a shot of a large group of space age soldiers painted the only way you can do it, beautifully! ;-)

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Fire_for_effect wrote:Veeeeeeery very nice! Simple color scheme but beautifully executed. Pure warhammer eye candy mate!
Thank you kindly for your supportive words mate.

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Madison, WI

Beautiful work bullyboy. I love the way the somewhat inverted highlighting looks on the armor and the shading on your blades is more subtle than most people's. When combined with the exquisite work on the heads & the overall effect is fantastic!

   
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Gitsplitta wrote:Beautiful work bullyboy. I love the way the somewhat inverted highlighting looks on the armor and the shading on your blades is more subtle than most people's. When combined with the exquisite work on the heads & the overall effect is fantastic!
Mate your only one of a few people who as understood what i'm trying to achieve with my painting style..while i appreciate hard edge highlights i think suttle highlights sometimes shows the model off better and yes i do try to achieve a very good level on the heads as i think they are what draw you to any model.. Thanks man for your comment
   
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My pleasure entirely.

   
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Extremely smooth paint job! Those are some great looking models ya got there.

 
   
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Cave_Dweller wrote:Extremely smooth paint job! Those are some great looking models ya got there.
Thanks man
   
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Amazing paint Job!! i love how you have the steady build between the dark and lighter greens. Really looks awesome. How did you achieve such a great look on this mini?
   
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Amazing stuff , hope to paint half this good some day.

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wettrain wrote:Amazing paint Job!! i love how you have the steady build between the dark and lighter greens. Really looks awesome. How did you achieve such a great look on this mini?
Its a mix of wet blending and airbrushing mate ..
   
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Fayetteville NC

Fantastic work. Definitely a 'less is more' quality to it. I find models with less 'stuff' cluttering them to be the harder models to actually get to look good. The color transitions on the armor are absolutely fantastic.

One question: how did you build the power swords? Neither one look like a stock model, but the way each model is grasping the hilt makes it appear stock. If it is a conversion, it is expertly done.

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Infiltrating Naga





England

Wow @.@ how do you get your colors to blend so well lol

   
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Sarigar wrote:Fantastic work. Definitely a 'less is more' quality to it. I find models with less 'stuff' cluttering them to be the harder models to actually get to look good. The color transitions on the armor are absolutely fantastic.

One question: how did you build the power swords? Neither one look like a stock model, but the way each model is grasping the hilt makes it appear stock. If it is a conversion, it is expertly done.
hi mate, they are grey knight terminator swords with the iconography filed off.. thanks for the feed bck and question.


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Sasa0mg wrote:Wow @.@ how do you get your colors to blend so well lol
Hi mate, it's a mix between wet blending and airbrushing..and making sure your paints are thinned out enough.. thanks for the question

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Any chance of a video tutorial on the armor itself? I'm just scraping the surface of airbrushing...would love to actually be able to see someone at work so I can work on perfecting my technique

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Lormax wrote:Any chance of a video tutorial on the armor itself? I'm just scraping the surface of airbrushing...would love to actually be able to see someone at work so I can work on perfecting my technique
Hi i don't have the capabilities to do video but i will try do a step by step pic shoot if this would help...??
   
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bullyboy76 wrote:
Lormax wrote:Any chance of a video tutorial on the armor itself? I'm just scraping the surface of airbrushing...would love to actually be able to see someone at work so I can work on perfecting my technique
Hi i don't have the capabilities to do video but i will try do a step by step pic shoot if this would help...??


I think that would help because I really cant fathom how many passes you do for each individual part, your work is really really great. I'd love to have the ability to do a fraction of that kind of shading.

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These are incredible. I really prefer the dark green to the bone white. Awesome shading, and they are definitely still dark angels.

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Grundz wrote:
bullyboy76 wrote:
Lormax wrote:Any chance of a video tutorial on the armor itself? I'm just scraping the surface of airbrushing...would love to actually be able to see someone at work so I can work on perfecting my technique
Hi i don't have the capabilities to do video but i will try do a step by step pic shoot if this would help...??


I think that would help because I really cant fathom how many passes you do for each individual part, your work is really really great. I'd love to have the ability to do a fraction of that kind of shading.
hi mate i will get onto it asap and post a thread asap.. Thanks for the comments
   
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Wow, holy smooth blending batman...awesome transition of colors. Nicely done!

   
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Like it looks great ! Nice and crisp

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