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Discussion in 'Itza Gallery of Fine Arts' started by The Red Devil, Oct 12, 2013.
Thanks for the heads up Now I gotta upload some Bastiladon images and try it...Thanks again
My old Carno and old blood.
Gotta say, the best of your work. I'm a big skink lover. Esp skink chiefs. So I love this!
Added wings since my area is into Kings of War now and the fire drake is much better with wings
Not seeing your pic Flava.
Me can't see it, too.
Wierd. Try that link
best if you save the picture to your drive, and then upload it here.
(UPLOAD A FILE) --->
that always works.
My spartan carnosaur
Nice conversion with the shield. The rider seems to be frenzy
Awesome colour sch
My tattoo lover Carnosaur!
Man, there are some awesome paint schemes here! I'm going for a literal "falling star" theme for my seraphon - meteors and comets crashing to the earth in fire and melted rock, with obsidian weapons/shields and ash-stained gold.
Oh wow! This is gorgeous. Your colours work brilliantly together. He magma effects on that carno look so damn cool!
Thanks! He's by far my best painted model yet (yay for ranking up skills IRL). I really can't wait to see the rest of the army finished. I plan on painting my Dread Saurian (when I pick one up), to make his scales look like they're literally bubbling. By the look of the kit, that shouldn't be too tough with the way some of the scales really bulge outward. I'll upload pics of my bastilodon (solar engine, of course) when I get his base done.
I'd love this scheme on afew of my models to be honest
Awesome effect @BinaryCat !!
Is the base supposed to represent the earth turning to lava as the carnosaur advances??
Thanks! That's kinda how I pictured it, yeah. I started out thinking that he'd be stepping out of a pool of lava, but it looked more like the rocks are melting under his footsteps, so I went with it.