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|Subject: A few Dark Eldar sails I did for a friend. Wed Mar 27 2013, 20:49|| |
It just goes to show that doing freehand on a few tomb king shields and a few Dwarf Banners, earns you a reputation for the guy to turn to when you need some freehand work.
Well a friend contacted me asking if i would paint some flags/sails for his Dark Eldar Raiders and Ravengers.
I said sure what did you have in mind he said he wanted something pirate themed but apart from that i could just go nuts and so i did.
And this is the result i would like to hear what you think of it.
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|Subject: Re: A few Dark Eldar sails I did for a friend. Wed Mar 27 2013, 21:27|| |
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|Subject: Re: A few Dark Eldar sails I did for a friend. Thu Mar 28 2013, 04:45|| |
I do need to get better at free hand.
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|Subject: Re: A few Dark Eldar sails I did for a friend. Thu Mar 28 2013, 09:21|| |
I'm terrified at even trying freehand because I've never been any good at it. These sails are however very nice indeed!
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