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Good work!

You might want to take some black paint and do around the edges of the base though to give it a more 'finished' look...

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Good work!

You might want to take some black paint and do around the edges of the base though to give it a more 'finished' look...

That's probably something that I'll do today if I have the energy for it, but I just wanted it done so that I can move on to other things. I think I have a new victim already.

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Great job! Verdigris and rust looks very realistic, kudos on those. And the base is simple but effective. Very well done.

 

Edit: As a little advice, orange spots, areas on or at the edges of dark blotches work well with very rusty metal objects.. The corners, edges and pointy parts etc. tend to corrode more so they could be more orangey..

 

Check these out for examples:

 

Rusty Blade 

 

Rusty Shield

 

Rusty Helmet

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Great job! Verdigris and rust looks very realistic, kudos on those. And the base is simple but effective. Very well done.

 

Edit: As a little advice, orange spots, areas on or at the edges of dark blotches work well with very rusty metal objects.. The corners, edges and pointy parts etc. tend to corrode more so they could be more orangey..

 

Check these out for examples:

 

Rusty Blade 

 

Rusty Shield

 

Rusty Helmet

Awesome, thanks for the advice! ::D:  That's why I'm using the DDM miniatures, they're a cheap way to experiment techniques on. Next time I'll use more Citadel Ryza Rust on them.

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