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Hi all, I am trying to come up with a camouflage pattern to paint my 2 leman russes and 2 sentinels. However, I am stumped as to what pattern to use. Do I go for the tiger stripe, US woodland, German Flecktarn, digital camo or a simple disruptive pattern using large geometric shapes as presented in the codex? The colours to be used are Shadow Grey as the main colour, with Ultramarines Blue and Space Wolves Grey as preferred camo colours on top. Highlights and edges to break up the patterns will be in Fortress Grey.
So, present your camouflage scheme here, along with an argument as to why I should use your camo pattern. Pictures would be appreciated.
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Pierce Hawkeye: Of course the Lord was holding three aces at the time.
An old friend of mine used a dark blue, black and grey. Just kind of put it on in slabs. It looked very uniform and was easy to do.
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I'll post pictures later when I stop being lazy and go downstairs to grab my model, but I'm in the process of painting a Valkyrie. I've got a Dark Angels Green as a base (watered down, of course), and took some Codex Grey, grabbed one of those foam inserts that come with the blisters, dabbed some paint on it, dried it off a little, and started dabbing. Breaks up the silhouette nicely, and looks good. It'll look better when its done.
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