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And trim the chest pieces a bit, they look like your arms will be rubbing against them and this will make it more comfortable to move
Very creative with the masking fluid, lol! I appreciate someone who can do things just as well for considerably less money. Any staining from the hand lotion not visible in the pictures?The weathering and the black showing through is very nice. I especially like the diagonal slash from collarplate to chestplate to tie everything together. I know you said you sanded everything after the final coat, but it's hard to see any small scuffs and scratches in the pictures. From the pics the weathering is a bit spotty on its own but some smaller scratches (even laying the knife on again - but gently!- into the paint) would help to make it look lived-in.Nicely done, vod! Keep it up.
Adding dirt, grime, scratches, and the like in one massive armour beat-up session. You know, I really look forward to that.