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i wanted purple color scheme. but now i want a far better color scheme. i want to paint my GK an ancient gold/copper/bronze color. i was wondering if anyone could tell me how to go about giving the paint job an ancient look.
try the necron codex they've got a few 'ancient' paint schemes in there
Might sound insane to mess up probably the best looking models in the game but scar the armour if you want, and try to load up on purity seals. Make them look tattered and old. Good advice from Kaine.
Tin Bitz is a great way to darken the metal and make them look old
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Personally I wouldn't scar the armour, unless you want a war torn / weatherbeaten look, which I don't think suits grey knights. A good way of making the armour look old is to use a mix of dwarf broze, highlighted by shining gold, highlighted by burnished gold. Then washed with brown ink and highlighted by a mix of burnished and shining gold. This is what I did on my nemesis force weapon gold parts, and if you do it well, it looks great.
Adding purity seals might be a good idea, or try to add a dark color like purple/dark red to contrast the bronze/gold. This will make your models look elite and old.
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