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Subject: My First Dreadnought - Dirty Orange Marines (Pic Intensive)
I agree with Miindhaze. The dreadnought looks great but its in need of some sharp orange highlights along the edges (blazing orange--med orange color). My first impression of the model was that you had painted it to be completely rusted; dirty orange without highlights = rust.
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PandaMango141 wrote:I did just that, already looks 100x better
cool. can you put up some updated pics with the highlights? Would love to see how it came out...
This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2012/08/15 16:05:56
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Subject: Re:My First Dreadnought - Dirty Orange Marines (Pic Intensive)