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I like how you positioned the wraithlord! This army is just going to be ridiculous. I can't imagine how exciting it was to open up all that 40k at once. It almost made me miss that really sick Samsung screen.Your room must be so fun. xD
Wowzerz.You should change the title to "How to start an army (Ex: Eldar).This is pretty much a blog-tutorial.Good job, I hope to see more!
Wow, its nice to see a nice, clean looking army.I really like what you have done with the Dire Avengers so far.PSPutting the magnets on is really worth it.
Yes you are being dense.
Good work!I can't wait to see more!
Eh-eh -Ulfhedinn-, you really going to do it, the High Toughness & MCs Combo of Doom tm. Can't wait to see it painted. And I reviewed the entire thread: Very useful, well made and good paint jobs too. With your permission I'll add the link to the Iyanden POC, although it isn't Iyanden colors as I think you got some real interesting tips in there.Keep up the good work, Starky
Hey Ulfhedinn, I'm loving this thread, and figured I'd comment on the JB WIP here instead of the stand alone thread.I was looking at the comparison photos for quite awhile, reading threads then coming back and looking at them again because something was bothering me about themI think that the balance between the front and back of the bike is a bit off. the model looks 'front heavy' to me now. Since you removed the cowling and extended the fuselage, I feel like it's not wide enough in the back. You have a lot of detail bits back there, but nothing bold to take the place of the cowling. I'd suggest either thinning down the front some or trying to add a bit of width to the rear. I think I'd go with the latter, since I don't often care for the results of removing material from the 'hood' of the JB.Of course, this assumes you didn't extend the profile of the bike on purpose, and, in any case, the modeling looks great.
Looks beautiful, as usual. Might even ask that biker out. Lol.Any who, i vote you place a bumper sticker on the bike that says "So what if I'm a space elf?".