Friday, September 14, 2012

Gothic Church part: II

This is why you check your measurements several times  before putting in to much time on a project. On the plus side I think i can work with this to get what I want. I just need to freehand the trim for the top ledges  but I may have to re start my eagle if it looks to wrong with the wings not matching the slope of the roof. 

1 comment:

  1. Looking good. Raised detail can be a pain but it adds a lot here, especially with the solid form. The form gives it a more ancient or frontier feel too, and a different approach to the standard Gothic is very refreshing.

    I also quite like the variant shape of the eagle, and it makes me think a change in shape can be used to suggest the mood of a given Imperial world. If the wings don't match the slope, and the effect suggests the eagle is tired or roosting, it might be worth keeping to suggest a world with less faith or disillusionment, or one going through some kind of transformation.