I finished the armour and painted the gold areas. Different to the ‘Eavy Metal paintjob I used much more gold on the models so they will fit better to my regular marines which are from the 2nd company. All the currently grey areas will become white.
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Wow those are looking really nice. Your highlights are super crisp and it just makes the details of the models jump out at you.
Looking really good.
Nice process! But it seems you forgot to clear the hammer of mold lines, eh?
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Lovely models. Always been a fan of your work. I've started a blog recently if you'd like to look – http://elfordminis.blogspot.com/