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I have recently collected a cool SM army, which ill post soon, but im not sure how i want to paint it, and i know how to paint BA, DA, and Ultramarines, but, I am not sure of a quick, easy way to paint a decent looking BT standard SM. any help is
:huh: i shall help with the easiest marines.
First spray paint black. Then give a base coat of Chaos Black. Paint the shoulder guards Codex grey then 50/50 codex grey/Skull white. Then Finish off with skull white. Paint the Boltgun Boltgun metal. Outline the Shoulder guards with chaos Black. If your feeling confident outline the Spaces in the armour with Space Wolves grey.
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Then after all that stuff Zoidberg just said drybrush a little with either white or Boltgun metal. If you are looking to finish your army REALLY fast you could just primer black, then paint the guns, shoulder pads, chests, drybrush, etc.
Thats how I did it.
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Because they are mainly black, you highlight with a numder of colors. I personaly like the midnight blue highlight.
If Wolves were meant to fly, wouldnâ€™t the Emperor have given them wings?
whenever i paint them i always end up getting a very rough, bad look with black, whereas with ba, da, u, and sw i can paint them smoothly and neatly, but for some reason my black just looks like crap. any help with this?
Water it down a bit?
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