Recognizing Power Armor

Because I’m a massive nerd, I’ve slowly become familiar with each of the distinct marks of power armor that have come about through 30k and 40k. Each armor mark has its own interesting lore, but I’m here to give a quick rundown of the most prominent physical features.

This way, you might have fun recognizing what bits a set of 40k artificer armor is made of, or be able to easily identify what a 30k officer is wearing under all his gilding and fancy robes. Read on if you have too much time on your hands, and want to lie to yourself that you’re learning something useful!

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                                                                                                         Dear Hermione,
We lost. I’m allowed to bring him back to Hogwarts. Execution date to be fixed. Beaky has enjoyed London. I won’t forget all the help you gave us.

I did some outdoors sketching during a brief glimmer of sunshine, but the on-flowing mysteries past the broad river-bend were barred by a beaked guardian.

soniclozdplove  asked:

Got any tips on tentacles and squid/octo teeth? I still have a little bit of trouble everyone now and then...

I actually did some tentacle studies for a friend some time ago

The thing I love about them that they can be any shapes.

I also did some top spot color tests.

As for teeth/beak

I just imagine inkling beaks/teeth like normal human teeth and then I draw the fang/spike there