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Lidless Eye Hobbies in the Year 40,000

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My most recent painting focus was on some randomish 40k and sci-fi stuff, aimed more at RPGs than wargames.

 

Unfortunately, the crazy heat down here has me tackling my light source, and some shots are better than others.

 

First up are the more individual characters, including a face recently returned to the silver screen:

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Pretty neat stuff. :D 

Especially the servitors. They are really well done. 

Nice to see some more Necromunda stuff, too. ^^

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Great work on your shadows on the cloth, especially on some of the adeptus arbites. My only complaint might be the shadows in your photos make it difficult to see stuff, but as I'm still working on tricky photography myself I don't know what to suggest. Anyways, nice work!

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That's a heck of a photo-dump, nice work all around!!

 

I like your conversions; they're simple and in some cases very subtle. Those are always some of the best.

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