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Last edited by czuzak; February 25th, 2008 at 23:39.
Don't worry you're not the only one who can't prime...
I'ld do the horses black ('cus it's chaos) and the barding yellow or orange bold yellow or orange.
At the moment the knights could easily be Slaaneshi or even undevided, get some bold contrasts in there to Tzeench them up!
[I can only see the first two pictures, might just be me though]
Up, up and away!
the only yellow I have is sunburst yellow got any any color mixes I could use, current colors I have are:
Dark Angles Green
Yellow and a bit of red'll give you a nice orange, hilight that with a bit of yellow and Bob's your uncle.
@Jaffar_Hasad: bear in mind that muted blue is one of the colours of Slaanesh, whereas Tzeench favours contrasts and bright colours from across the spectrum.
Up, up and away!
I think they would look quite nice if they were given a really dry-dry brush of mithrill silver. The blue and silver would make them look quite magical , in a shiny and dazzling way.
I also think they could do well with a Regal Blue wash to make create a bit more depth in the colour, this comes true wther you drybrush the silver or not.
As for Tzeentch and many happy colours, meh, I don't know. Sure the fluff says so but this is based upon ancient writings and a paintstyle that's been long gone. It sticks to this poor God like the name Lion El'Johnson to an old primarch.
My advice would be to not pay to much attention to the yellowflamed history of Tzeentch but to see the future as a way to change things...paintsheme included.