|Son of Horus by Totem Pole on Cool Mini or Not|
The shade of sea green on him is great as well. Something about how the metallics are done reminds me of Jakob Nielsen's style, which I have always loved. The base is also great, with the perfect combination of paint and weathering powders. It really looks like he is walking through the ruins of Terra. My favorite part of the base is the super bright orange rust. It's the perfect spot color and works great with the overall dark color scheme as well as the green of the armor. I'm not sure where that helmet came from either, but I love it. The one thing that lets me down a bit is the top knot. It's painted to just as high of a standard as the rest of the model, but the sculpting on it is much more stylized then everything else, and pulls me out of the realism a bit. This isn't the fault of the hobbyist since I'm sure that's one of the better top knots out there. The only solution I can think of is if they were to sculpt it themselves. Besides that little nitpick I really like this model. It's the perfect embodiment of the dark and brooding Sons of Horus.
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Until next time,
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