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Hey guys, hope your all well!
I have a wee conundrum i hope you all could help me with, i have recently got a blacklining pen, and found that with it i can paint armies that are predominantly white very fast. Apart from white scars and beil tan eldar, can anyone think of anymore 40k armies (or SM chapters) which would fall into the same category?
Any help would be appreciated!
Luna wolves had white armour.
Or you could maybe do a space marine army based on the Clone Trooper legions from star wars. Tau also look very good in whiter armour.
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index of all GW chapters:
these are white:
Praetors of Orpheus
+ a whole bunch of partially white chapters, but you can find those on your own!
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The Dutch Legion
Zezza, could you describe your technique?
Yes, can you? I assume that you just spray them white, add accent colors and "line" the joints in armor with black pen? What about highlights on the white? Are you using a not-so-white spray as base and use pure white for highlights? Hmmmm
Last edited by SmokWawelski; October 10th, 2007 at 16:09.
Hey guys cheers for the replies, I have already done a luna wolves army (they are grey anyways). My tecnique is as mentioned, spray white, blackline the cracks in the armour then paint details and battle damage. Shouldnt take very long do do a marine, as the pen means i can just sit and do it anytime, no need to mess about with paintsa and brushes and water etc...
Maybe it would look good on Pre Heresy World Eaters (white and blue) as they are pure white, and not an off whitey grey. Any other ideas?
Cheers for the list of marines, great help!
A neat trick to cope with the fact that white paint tends to get chunky is to dilute the paint with water and 'ardcoat. It really helps to give the paint a smoother finish, and stop that chalky look.