Going from the left side, to the right side, and indexing the leftmost element with an index of "1", the chainmail No. "2" is the best looking to my eyes. I should add that from a greater distance, the No. "1" better reads as being chainmail, the No. "2" blends in with the overcoat.
Take note -> all of this is from looking at my computer screen, I do not own a printer.
My first idea was third from the left but it looks like aaa hair of Ludwik XIV... So my next combinations have given these variations. Thanks for opinion. Of course, it looks like a chain mail though?
In my opinion from left side 1 and 2, they have more visual power because the head is in black line... anyway, they are so cool...maybe i need to start to copy justtttt a little your pictures, just for learn!
Nice to hear but my workshop is still at the stage of further development. There are many artists in this forum that you can learn from.
First off, that mini looks awesome! Some lines may be darker than they need to be in that figure, but that doesn't mean they're too dark. There are some areas where it's black rather than shading, but that's just a style thing. I think this guy looks fantastic.
pavaro! If you are questioning your designs simply because you haven't seen the same style elsewhere... NO! Do I need to list the wonderful and prolific designers here who have styles completely their own?!? A wise forum member once said in this thread:
"I prefer any of them over none of them. Life is too short to sweat the small stuff. You do good work!"
If I were you, I'd find that person and let him or her know "You're right, and because of your encouraging words, I'm going to finish up a set of my really awesome skeletal minis, and people will like them because they are good."
Oh, and if you want to make sure that set of minis has cutfiles, make sure they fit within the safe cutting area defined in the cutting guides I've attached to a bunch of threads...
I know that we are re-working this topic once again. I still have the impression that I do not have the effect that I would like minis to have. I am thinking of simplified characters with realism. I do not know if it is achievable. Because of the fact that I have been working on my workshop for so long, we have what we have now. So such figures.
Post by cowboyleland on Feb 15, 2018 8:19:25 GMT -9
I thought I posted here yesterday but it looks like it got lost. I like these figures. The thicker lines on the right sword wielder brings out the detail at distance. I like the Lich just the way he is, too. The magically floating spellbook is a cool touch.
On the other hand, maybe it's the herd that is crazy.
Post by Coyotepunc on Apr 30, 2019 21:11:04 GMT -9
I like the one on the right.
Hi! I'm Harry, and I am a hobby addict. I prefer papercraft scenery to use alongside my 28mm metal and plastic miniatures, and am not afraid to mix and match my hobby media. I game sci-fi, fantasy, and historical (including Ancients, Dark Ages, Renaissance, and World War II Pacific Theater (oddly in both 28mm infantry and 3mm aircraft.)
cowboyleland: It looks like you guys are busy, but I would like to point out that the "Ghoul Design Tutorial." which would start to answer bobsomething 's question from Aug 10, is MIA (again)
Aug 13, 2019 6:13:32 GMT -9
squirmydad: I need to reset a primary domain or something.
Aug 12, 2019 12:05:38 GMT -9