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05-01-2006, 01:04 AM
OK, so my shiny new girlfriend not only has broadband but has a kick-ass digital camera... this is the first picture we took of any of my models, but as soon as we get better lighting and a better backdrop (and I learn how to use that dang thing) we'll go ahead and get a bucketload of the stuff I've done over the last year up for you guys.
So here's my rendition of Saint Mary, painted in what I have begun to lovingly think of as Forsaken Green:
05-01-2006, 04:02 AM
Very nice, Punky. But as for your girlfriend being shiny...I recomend you spray her with several applications of Testors Dullcoat. That should make her nice and flat. :wink:
05-01-2006, 04:40 AM
That should make her nice and flat. :wink:Who would want that with a girlfriend :lol: . I think Punky was reffering to a real girlfriend though, not just his newly painted babe.
In any case, I like it, but I think the cloth is all too similar in color. If you made her loincloth a darker green, it would probably make it stand out more against her green cape.
05-01-2006, 11:25 AM
Coolness (^_ ^) Green is my fav color, but the hair really is catchy! Nice!
Nice! She looks very military.
05-01-2006, 07:15 PM
Looking good, love the hair and face and... Mmmm, shiny pointy nipples... How could I have not noticed that about that mini before? *Makes a note to hastle Mags to buy it sooner*
But yeah you could make the green cloth a little different in places.
05-01-2006, 07:35 PM
She's looking pretty good. Lets see the rest of those billion point forces you've done.
Hmm... She does have very pointy nipples doesn't she? There we go
05-01-2006, 07:38 PM
..while quite fond of nipples, I assume.
I like the two-toned green. It's like old army web belts and alice packs were green as well as the uniform but they weathered into different shades.
05-01-2006, 08:14 PM
Military gear was my inspiration. I noticed all my old surplus army clotheres were pretty much the same color, faded green, while anything metal and painted (such as helmets, the closest modern analogue for Power Armor) tended to stay the same shade as the day it was painted but get nicks and scrapes on it. So I trnsfgerred ths color theory to my Forsaken army. And added leather belts and such instead of webbing.
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