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    Jul 16, 2017, 3:38 AM - Bandai AT-ST finished #1

    Another one done -






























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    Jul 16, 2017, 3:54 AM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #2

    Whoa looks sweet as hell! Great job!

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    Jul 16, 2017, 7:07 AM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #3

    Looks great. Ilike the weathering but still think it needs more dirty in up . Overall tonally very grey with not enough darks?

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    Jul 16, 2017, 12:18 PM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #4

    Toadmeister said: View Post
    Looks great. Ilike the weathering but still think it needs more dirty in up . Overall tonally very grey with not enough darks?

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    I actually had to hold back on the weathering after looking at the reference images. Lol
    Aside from the dirt and grit on the lower legs , the upper section of the AT-ST are surprisingly light on weathering.

    I suppose I could add more but its still a relatively small model and not sure want to go too heavy handed.







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    Jul 17, 2017, 10:46 AM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #5

    Nice job.

    I love the blast mark effect!

    DARTH SABER said: View Post
    I actually had to hold back on the weathering after looking at the reference images. Lol
    Aside from the dirt and grit on the lower legs , the upper section of the AT-ST are surprisingly light on weathering.

    I suppose I could add more but its still a relatively small model and not sure want to go too heavy handed.







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    I don't think you need to add more weathering.

    I was careful about going overboard as well. I was amazed myself when doing mine how little weathering it really needed.

    It's really fairly subtle weathering, no where near like what you would see on X-Wings and Y-wings.

    My only critique would be the base. It still looks a little "plastic" like.

    With mine, I based it like I do my Warhammer and Warmachine gaming miniatures. Just cover the base with elmer's white glue and sprinkle on the dirt, let it dry and add some dabs of glue and sprinkle on the grass effects

    It's no big deal though, I know things sometimes lose the subtle color changes and look "glossy" in pictures
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    Jul 17, 2017, 12:45 PM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #6

    DARTH SABER said: View Post
    I actually had to hold back on the weathering after looking at the reference images. Lol
    Aside from the dirt and grit on the lower legs , the upper section of the AT-ST are surprisingly light on weathering.

    I suppose I could add more but its still a relatively small model and not sure want to go too heavy handed.







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    I guess what I mean is more light to dark contrast would benefit the presentation. This is often an issue of scale and can be Improved by lighter highlights and darker recesses.

    Of course that's one opinion and interpretation based on photographs where light and contrast has been adjusted. Might be fine in person.

    Again, love the work. Hope my criticism is constructive.

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    Jul 17, 2017, 1:10 PM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #7

    Thanks TM
    I Alway welcome good advice!






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    Jul 19, 2017, 10:14 AM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #8

    Looks great! Very nicely done.
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    Jul 20, 2017, 3:01 AM - Re: Bandai AT-ST finished #9

    Looks awesome man!!! I think each to their own, my one is heavily weathered but that's how I like them! Great job!

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