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Boosting Black Templar Biker


This contents of my Legion of Everblight Battle Box.

Started with a blue theme and ended up stripping them to do purple.

Thought I would share with you guys.

I'm not very good at taking photos sorry but did my best.

P.S. The glue on the shredders is still drying

"Trust in the Emperor at the hour of battle. Trust to him to intercede, and protect his warriors true as they deal death on alien soil. Turn their seas to red with the blood of their slain. Crush their hopes, their dreams and turn their songs into cries of lamentation." - "Uphold the honour of the Emperor", vow of the Black Templars.
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Is that one shredder peeing on Lylyth? Oh he is so the first one that has to charge the enemy heavy beast.

I like your stoney blue and the vivid purple you chose. Your basing is also quite good. The bright blue accents on the carnivean make it look more unnatural (in a good monstrous or magical way.)
If I could offer some constructive criticism I would say the purple could use just a bit more shading and highlighting and your stone color might look a little more natural with an additional wash before the final highlight or an additional layer of color in the middle. The colors are good but the blend could be more natural.

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These are very well executed, good job!

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Very nice.
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