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Just something I threw together in B&C's online painter. A while back I was browsing DeviantArt and came upon this, except the first time round I misread the name as Ion Dragons. Even though I realised that almost immediately, the idea of a Chapter named "Ion Dragons" kept returning to my imagination over and over.
So, just to get the idea out of my system, here's what I came up with:
Right now, there is no background whatsoever. Not even sure if I'm going to do anything about that Chapter later, altough it's a possibility if people here will like it enough.
I like the name, but i like "Aeon Dragons" even more...
unfortunately my browser refused to follow the link so im no help with the paintscheme im afraid
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Noticed that after posting. The image is on Imageshack now.
Pretty interesting color scheme.
I am a pretty big fan of the light blues! I also like how the interchange of colors work to slightly break up the normal patterns on a space marine.
on paper it looks cool: on the tabletop you're gonna need more contrast i'm afraid as these colors are way too similar. I like the idea though, they look hightech and ethereal
Nice use of light blue and green-blue... I would like to see an actual mini painted!
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
I think it works reasonably well, I would keep the colours quite "pastel, it is quite like the Avenging Sons from IA3
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There was a GD winner in the past couple of years who did a squad of marines using a similar color scheme. It had a lot of hawk turquoise and ice blue in it. Very interesting.
also, you should highlight up to a bright color, make em look phosporic and illuminated