Flameon's workshop

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arctica
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Re: Flameon's workshop

Post by arctica » 7 Apr 2014, o 10:09

Some amazing work there, i really like the sedition wars guy, especially the differentiation you've done on his cloth, showing a painted texture. Is that a stippled effect? I love the fact that you've managed to keep it bright and differentiated between the way materials look on the model, i think if i was nitpicking i'd say the black clothing and the weapons are a little too similar, perhaps the guns need to have some extra scratches and stuff or more shiny? :) but that is truly nitpicking. I always look forward to seeing your work :)

Flameon
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Re: Flameon's workshop

Post by Flameon » 2 Jun 2014, o 10:56

Thanks for nice comments.
Arctica yes, I did painted this in that way. I was trying to make some texture on clothes.

Here is my new miniature, I was trying to paint his armour with strong contrast, and make monohromatic base which could not disturb ;)
It's the first time when I painted whole figure using white basecolour, and I think that now I will use black sprawy only for miniatures which should be dark ;)

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Regards

k_dash
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Re: Flameon's workshop

Post by k_dash » 4 Jun 2014, o 05:36

Yet another excellent work.
Beautiful face, my favourite part of the mini, very good contrast and a clean paint work, lively colours. Everything I like in a mini but fail to achieve.
Congratulations on a finished project. :clap:
Dengoku o oidasareta denshi wa akuma ni narushikanai.

arctica
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Re: Flameon's workshop

Post by arctica » 11 Aug 2014, o 08:25

You never disappoint mate :) in fact i've been on a long hiatus for painting due to work and i always get inspired seeing your work :) great stuff, i like how the light is so consistent and contrasting along the length of the model.

I think my only other addition to the model would be perhaps the use of weathering powder on the marine arm etc? as it seems a little clean to me.

sea.man
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Re: Flameon's workshop

Post by sea.man » 11 Aug 2014, o 09:47

splendid contrast blending!
miniatures painted:
2011 - 83, 2012 - 38, 2013 - 45, 2014 - 56, 2015 - 95, 2016 - 106, 2017 - 22

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