>>8092065>a bright super power light isn't supposed to look harsh
lol. Why the fuck do you think the white part is so large? The fact that there's a blending going on is something you don't really see anywhere but in professional models.
But again, that's Hasbro cheating. Either way, it's big props for them to do it.>I mean it's hardly as nicely done
UH huh, about as nicely done as Big Time Spiderman. It's just a simple wide spray. Anyone with an airbrush can do it. Shit, even a spray can.>If there is
Oh, still playing stupid? You claim to own teh figure and yet you can't see the effect that i saw just by browsing the shelves?
Blind or playing the retard for the sake of defending a simple air brush effect over bare plastic.>You think that just because the white is sprayed in top of the blue, that it's more complex than the Ultramarine?
Seriously, you own the figure and you can't tell that it's actually white spray app UNDER the blue shading effect? Ridiculous.>Despite the fact that the paint applications we're referring to on Havok are applied to literally a single part of the figure
Seriously, you're blind AND stupid.
My entire point, that I've restated at least twice now, is that Hasbro features shading/weathering/highlight/etc effects on nearly every single line.
Havok features those effects, along with hundreds of other figures every year.
Again, air brush effects are literally Hasbro-tier, especially simplistic shit like doing it over colored plastic. It's as basic budget as you can get.
pic of shading AND weathering. Weathering is also a great effect!