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I'm using the greater demon of tzeench model to represent my demon prince with mark of tzeench. I want to paint him in a more grungy "carrion" type way than the 'eavy metal peacock paintjob. Can anyone suggest a paintscheme for the feathers that will both stand out and look "corrupt" at the same time? I could do black with gray highlights, but that is a bit bland.
buy combining black/grey wings with flesh or some other colour it might look cool! Also add a white stripe down the center of the feather, that'll add contrast
Last edited by Zema; October 11th, 2007 at 15:06.
Nice idea, I like that- the body can be dwarf flesh/red ink wash/ elf flesh drybrush along with the black/gray/white wings. That will look pretty evil and corrupted. Rep for you!;Y
Any other ideas out there?
make the wings more gaudy, like peacock wings, or wings with faery colors. then contrast this by giving the model a zombie look, use one of the heads from the chaos vehicle sprue (the zombie one on a spike) and make the armour beat up, this will give the guy a high contrast