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Author Topic: A swashbuckling command group  (Read 4219 times)

Offline Faust23

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Re: A swashbuckling command group
« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2009, 02:52:39 AM »
You got robbed mate! 

Very superb work and highly inspirational!

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Offline bulldogger2000

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Re: A swashbuckling command group
« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2009, 02:59:07 AM »
The figures in your photos are amazing.  Nicely done. 

However....may I add one small bit of constructive advise?   Your horse eyes look like a human's eye and in reality a horse's eye shows far less white, if any at all. 

I hate to say anything, but it appears that you are looking for a realistic appearance to your painted figures, so I thought you may be interested in this added bit of advise.

Offline Captain Blood

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Re: A swashbuckling command group
« Reply #17 on: March 13, 2009, 09:55:52 AM »
You got robbed mate! 


Thanks AA - I must confess I did slightly feel that way myself...  ;)


However....may I add one small bit of constructive advise?   Your horse eyes look like a human's eye and in reality a horse's eye shows far less white, if any at all. 

I hate to say anything, but it appears that you are looking for a realistic appearance to your painted figures, so I thought you may be interested in this added bit of advise.

Thanks Bulldogger. It's a fair comment, and which I've had before! Alas, it's how I like to do horsie eyes. I find if you do them all black or very dark brown, they tend to look like 'demon' eyes - which is even less desirable...

 

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