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    Where is the gold? I dont see it :P *ducks away before he gets punched*
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    No problem mate spotted them whilke looking for something else and thought they might be useful, really great looking NMM gold
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    Spectacular work. I really liked the shot with the near-finished front and the barely-started back, really shows off what you are doing.

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    Lovely gold there Lee, well Jell of the leet skillz

    Good to see what i will be losing to come the 18th

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    Thanks all
    Been experimenting with some rich blues on the black shoulder pads to get a shine. The blue gives the black real depth.

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    Hell yeah loving that black! Great greens too. The gold really pops too

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    Hi,

    Really nice green indeed!!!

    The blue on the shoulders pad works great but I think it works better on the right shoulder (the one with the gun...). Don't know if it happens because on the left one the position of the light spot should be moved or because the light spot has "less blue" on the color transition (I think I can see this on the pic).

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    Mariano,

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    This marine looks awesome, I especially like the "shine" on the black, but is the light spot on the right shoulder going to be hidden by his back pack?

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    Shit, never thought of that

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    Cheers Canny

    Aniku - I agree, I will increase the blue transition.
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    Ah the perils of painting seperately, did this exact thing with the centurion shoulder pad and mechanism underneath, cant see a bit of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardandy View Post
    This marine looks awesome, I especially like the "shine" on the black, but is the light spot on the right shoulder going to be hidden by his back pack?
    I think I just heard ten's heart break!

    That little issue aside (and we've all been there I'm sure) the marine is looking brilliant. The green is beautifully painted and as you are adding in the over elements it all just comes together beautifully!

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    Yeah, the blue looks fantastic on the black. I say just resculpt the backpack. It's everyone's least favorite part anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey03 View Post
    Yeah, the blue looks fantastic on the black. I say just resculpt the backpack. It's everyone's least favorite part anyway.
    Yep, or get your hands on an HH one that has the vents pointing out more and not down so much I know you pain. That death jester i painted with all the nice check pattern? ON THE INSIDE OF HIS CLOAK!!!!!!!
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    Ten if that blue is covered by the backpack it is almost but not really as bad as some other peoples mold lines

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    work is boring when it gets in the way of my painting.

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    Stupid backpack interfering with ten's great painting. *shakes fist* I think modifying the backpack would be the way to go. I have also made a note of this potential problem for when I'm brave enough to leave my minis partially assembled for painting.
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    I'm sure you will figure something awesome out, 10.. I have faith..

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    Well folks seems I got away with it, albeit as not effective as before.

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    I'm glad ten. Although now my question is: with the rocket/thruster on the backpack positioned where it is, would the light fall on that part of his pauldron?
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