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On a very quick answer I would say that he primed black, and then mixed black and red gore for the base... then a little very watered down Red Gore and highlights going up to Blood Red...
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I agree with above.
Looks like chaos black base, red gore, highlighted in blood red, details picked out in skull white, washed with a black wash, then rehighlighted in blood red. Then a very very very thin watered down coat of skull white in those blood red highlights.
It honestly doesn't look like it is that hard a paint scheme. If you do the washes correctly, it will blend the highlighting, and even forgive some little mistakes.
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Of course, this is assuming that they were using GW paints to begin with.
Custom mixing colours with whatever brand you prefer is the obvious first choice, but if you were looking for more of a pre-made option, I'd probably look at Reaper's Master series or Vallejo's Model Colour series paints if I were to try replicating that colour scheme - both make a large and varied range of red paints, probably a good dozen shades each.
Red, black and white mostly. Although it's tactical dreadnought armour not power armour.
I'ld say that all three have a little dark brown mixed into their bases and that the red and black (possibly the white too) probably have a common highlight shade, an off white one.
I'm happy to agree with colour names as given.
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My thought was a base of chaos black then a hull red mixing a lil gore and black... Though the highlights have me baffled some almost pinky redy orangy...... Maybe a very thin white that the red is bleeding though???
My suggestion is that if you found it on CMON you should send a message to the artist and see if he can tell you exactly what he used.
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