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Hey I was just wondering what color you guys use to your GK army. I made my really different and went for black with gold detail and red eyes. My friend almost had a heart attack when he see how different i made them:rolleyes:
I use chainmail as my main coat of he GK, but I go over it somewhat heavily with blue ink washes. I also use scab red and red gore for my robes and book covers, and other tidbits. I paint my weapons blue with white lightning coursing through them, and finally, I paint the top part of their helmets enchanted blue.
I am thinking about a black GK squad with grey highlights though, maybe I'll try it.
Et imperator Invocato Diabolus Daemonica Exorcist!
Pretty much just like the codex has 'em, 'cause that's what really attracted me to the models to begin with.
ninjabackhand: point and click, again, really? even after i give you an military term "shock tactic" you still call it point and click.
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My models are gold with chestnut ink, green blades, and other wise up to bleached and reds for other things.
The gold grey knight man. These are hardy men who like cheese.
Ever thought of how cheese was found?:
`` I say sah, the milk in this barrel smells foul!``
``Oooohhh, give it a go!``
''Quack, damn you!''
-Jamie heinamen, Mythbusters.
Same here, damn those shiny paladinsOriginally Posted by number6
Codex, but with more maroon areas. Specifically the right shoulder/arm and the left leg, which are trimmed with silver still. Terminators have a patchwork of maroon and silver - each armor piece is different.
Well, I do a metalic silver coloration achieved by basing the model with an acrylic black, then placing the model in acetone and then removing the black with a toothbrush. This creates a baroque, ancient look. Then I drybrush gold on the high areas and use red and white to do the purity seals and paint the shield. I then paint the melee weapon that the GK is equipped with on the shield in black.
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I did mine as well like the Codex, but even more Mithril!!!
"A love for tradition has never weakened a nation, indeed it has strengthened nations in their hour of peril."
Sir Winston Churchil
Mine are codex, with purple instead of silver. To distinguish squads I paint the neck guard on the left should either silver or gold (only have two squads now). When I pick up a third squad I think about painting them Grey. Someone has some grey greyknights and I think they look awesome so I was going to try it out. For a fourth squad (if I ever get there) I was going to paint them black with gold trim, because if you look them up in the always almost accurate wikipedia they talk about them that way (though I have never seen or heard about that any other time).
Mine are actually grey - well, mostly boltgun metal over a black undercoat, with bits of gold trim and purple eyes/ink wash and some mithril highlights. I've also been experimenting with a purple/mithril mix for the NFW blades so that they look silver but have a slight purple sheen to them, which is working out pretty well. The more powerful the psyker, the more purple it gets.