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Regular Dakkanaut




TEXAS USA

It has been a while since I painted any IG vehicles. Feels good to get some armor rolling. Anyway let me know what you guys think about the paint job. Thanks
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Major






Looks good.

Hydra Dominatus

World Wide War Winner  
   
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Jealous that Horus is Warmaster






Nice job on the eyes



 
   
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Storm Trooper with Maglight





Seattle, WA USA

Great job. Go IG !

The only poorly painted miniature is the one that is not painted. 
   
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Southend-on-Sea

Nice work!
   
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Resourceful Gutterscum






That looks great, are you going to paint the vents on the plasma cannons/guns?
   
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Judgemental Grey Knight Justicar





New Zealand

Very nice work for one of my favourite tanks in the game
   
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Regular Dakkanaut







You have good techniques.

My major gripe is compositional - camo and large squad markings in contrasting color are incompatible. You should paint over the blue into camo.

5k 5k 6k
 
   
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Gargantuan Gargant





North Charleston, SC

Solid work, overall. One more area to work on - lenses. The stark red adds contrast that I rather like, but the distinct layers make it look like candy corn, up close. Your color selection and placement is good (i.e. they look fine from a distance), but a few extra layers using more dilute paint (to soften the gradient) would help them hold up under closer scrutiny.

The Dreadnote wrote:But the Emperor already has a shrine, in the form of your local Games Workshop. You honour him by sacrificing your money to the plastic effigies of his warriors. In time, your devotion will be rewarded with the gift of having even more effigies to worship.
 
   
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Veteran Inquisitorial Tyranid Xenokiller






The Peripheral

Be cool to add some OSL on the plasma weapons when you feel confident doing it. It's got a kick-butt baseline with what you already have and the lighting technique would just be the cherry on top.

 
   
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Guard Heavy Weapon Crewman




belgium

Loving the old tank commander!!! Keep it going!
   
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Regular Dakkanaut




TEXAS USA

I will have to watch some tutorials on OLS technique, I decided to put those big blue company markings on the tank because I was feeling a little nastolgic, I miss those 3rd and 2nd edition paint schemes that had camo and giant company markings, to much realism on these models takes away from the 40k universe IMO

 
   
 
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