Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Never leave a man behind...

This came in the GZG NAC medic pack.  I finally "discovered" it and after looking at it for a bit I really liked it.  It's a wounded soldier being helped back to the base by his brother-in-arms.

I spent a couple of nights finishing it, and i'm pretty happy how it turned out.



15 comments:

  1. Very nicely done

    tips on how you get that depth and feel to your photos would be great to :)


    thanks

    Keith

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    1. Thanks! I'll put up a tutorial in the next day or so... show my setup.

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    2. I think the use of negative space and asymmetry in the first photo is what gives it visual appeal. But I'd like to learn the technical stuff too.

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  2. Very cool, thanks for bring this set to my attention, nicely painted.

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    1. It's a great pack, a lot of character.

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  3. Nicely done mate. Would make a great objective marker as well.

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    1. Agreed... I have a crashed shuttle it would work great with.

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  4. What a cool miniature. Excellently done!

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  5. this would be really cool in a game like 5150 star army where you have to make those casualty collection points and help your guys over to it. Regardless its still really cool on its own !

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  6. Amazing. This tiny, tiny little thing, painted by you, is more than just a gaming piece. It has... pathos.

    [slow_clap.gif]

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  7. Yep, another mini masterpiece Mr H.

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