Even though the Seargent isn’t finished yet (and he will be some time off as I try to find a tabbard from the Grey Knights Terminators sprue) I decided to take some nice pictures of my Terminators. I’m very pleased with them, clean edge highlights make the models really stand out and is a rewarding technique to paint. Unfortunately it is very difficult to capture the white highlights on the white areas, in reality these look much more prominent.
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Those look great; very crisp indeed.
The highlighting is excellent indeed. Great job.
Yeah really nice dude, so crisp! They looked like they were turning out purplish in the WIP photos but the other colours of the detailing have balanced that out again.
Very nice indeed, grats!
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try using some of those photo backgrounds, that will help with your white on white problems: http://massivevoodoo.blogspot.com/2010/05/photo-backgrounds.html