Awesome!! I really like it! But the background isn't so good. I had problems with backgrounds too, so just take a photo in a sofa corner or cover the entire background with the same colour. Overall 4.9/5
That's an improvement! I would recommend covering the ENTIRE background with something such as an ironed sheet, and using lamps to improve the lighting. Presentation is, honestly, half your builds success. Still, this was better than everything in the room. Secondly, the colors are still pretty random. I'm glad you're using mostly gray, but try to keep it almost ALL one color, with a few details in other colors. Third, you've got a great start. The shape is right, the proportions are right. Now let's take it to the next level. Go SNOT. That stands for Studs Not On Top, or in other words, incorporate tiles into the wings and smooth rounds into the body. With those three things done well, this build will go from good to excellent. You've got the stuff it takes, now blow me away. Good luck!
This is a bit different deal, and I understand that, but here's a good example of a studless ship by Mark Stafford. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/112517
hey mate i really like this raptor the shape and the missle system is great,
make the same coller overall,
or two of the same coller, the one coller, shall just be brighter then the other,
like the real raptor
add some more guns at the wings.
an nice job
I like it
October 14, 2010
shapes-exelent, awesome and wow
colors- not so good
but overall okay
Overall you have a good creation. The shape is excellent and the details are superb. If you don't mind a tad of constructive criticism, in future I would recommend trying for a primary color, say, dark gray. Also, the background against which it is photographed distracts us from the build. We don't want that happening! It is much preferable to shoot against a clean and well lit sheet, or Photoshop the background. Well, I've had my say. Very nice build, and hope to see more in the future!