Arka0415 wrote:Onmyou, that symbol on the chest is stunning! Any tips on how you did that? Do you have a good method of painting the symbol on Fire Warrior shoulder pads too?
TauMan wrote:DO NOT second guess your self! IMHO coloured bases are just fine, especially since painting it black just looks like you didn't paint them at all. Shows how you took a little extra step.
Onmyou wrote:I always found vomit brown (as it was called before) to have a really difficult pigment to work with. I've tried different techniques and paints, but there is always some downside.
About the base, I wish I had that texture paint when I started, looks so cool! I had the colors very similar and changed all the rims to black at some point, as it looks more like a proper statue to me that way. Don't worry about that though, you can change it any time super quick (unless you want it to be vomit brouwn ).
Lostroninsoul wrote:El'mo your camo paint job is amazing. How long did it take for you to get that far? How much work did you get done this time around when you picked it up. It's nice to see a progression.
Arka0415 wrote:Haechi wrote:Yeah it looks better. I think your should do the base rim in black though, but that's a personal preference.
Argh, now I'm going to second-guess myself! I had the rims black originally. However, I was told by a friend that I shouldn't have the base rim color also be on the model. The faceplates, rifle stocks & grips, and vents are all black, so I figured I should avoid the color. I just had them black last month though
Panzer wrote:I've never heard of any criticism because of black trim on bases lol. It used to be the norm and painted trims being weird (especially green ones...god do they look aweful imo ).
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