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NICE. Very very nice.

 

I love the colors. The purple is very nice. Did I mention how nice they are?

 

I have my new color scheme. Great NMM work.

 

The emblems on the shoulder pads, did you do those by hand or are they decals? They look fabulous.

 

Thanks for sharing.

 

Jhilahd

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Well, I have to say, to my tastes, the color scheme doesn't work for me. The blue shoulder pads just clash with the purple to me.

 

Other that, those models are freaking awesome. How did you do that banner? It's amazing. Great job with the ivory and purple. Nice shading and highlighting. The scenic base looks great.

 

Did I mention I love the banner?

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Unbelievable bushido ... fantastic job :blink:

 

I have no right to comment on such work .... a real inspiration man.

 

Thanks for sharing ::D:

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I was wondering who got SS in Baltimore, that answers my question ^_^ Congratulations!

 

Beautiful job. Super clean, and especially impressive to see a unit entry get the SS.

 

Did you have any other entries?

 

ps. Oh and I don't think there is anything wrong with the color selection. They are close to a split complementary, which works perfectly fine.

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Your technique is impeccable, and I do like the scheme. Not very much well-done purple out there.

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YAY! I love these.. brilliant :) They are great models, aren't they?

 

Hey, you are the one who did the fremen vansaar, right? Do you still have a picture of those?

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Mengu, I did have another entry that placed (this mini, to be exact) but it pales in comparison to Vincent's dreadnought.

 

Cade:

For the standard, I first sketched the outline of the image with a mechanical pencil. Then I blocked in the brightest areas of color. Then I applied the darkest colors, being careful to preserve as much detail as possible. Doing it this way helped me to keep track of the structure of the form I was painting. After the darks and lights were in, I then "blended" the two using alternating colors that were either darker than the lightest or lighter than the darkest. In addition I used washes/glazes in order to adjust the overall tone before I applied the next layer. Normally, I paint freehand the same way I paint the rest of the mini, but in this case I felt painting it "backwards" might serve to distinguish it from the rest of the squad... I hope that makes a little sense...

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I don´t know what to say ... perfect!

Will I ever reach that level of painting quality or should I just break my brushes in half? :unsure:

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Sweetness...and the freehand work on the banner is just insane. Great job and congrats on the Sword win...Baltimore is usually has some of the toughest competition. :B):

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Congratulations on the Sword.

 

I saw some early Games Day images of the squad and thought, "Someone's copying BUSHIDO's style". Later in the week I discovered it was your work. Very impressive as always. Now if we could only convince you to paint a fantasy figure....... :lol:

 

Warmest Regards

Rex

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Now if we could only convince you to paint a fantasy figure....... :lol:

I keep meaning to...but sci-fi keeps sucking me back in... :unsure: Maybe next time. ^_^

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