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So i've been fooling around with the idea of my own chapter, cursed founding, gone missing, Only seen as ghostly warriors on the battlefield, and all that stuff. So i've decided to paint up afew minis how i invision these ghosts, and id like to see what ya'll think about them.
And feedback on what could be better, what i might want to change, How i should base them.. id greatly appreceate it. And yes, i realize the mold lines are all still there.. no file wouldnt you know..
Oh.. but i dont look so good with all those.. tentaclly things..
so to make them more ghostly thined washes of either blue or green could work...probably blue since green as a more evil feel...well to me at least.
also maybe trying an area effect lighting thing on the red..like they are glowing
you can highlight outside of the red areas to an orange and then wash it red to smooth the transitions.
basing ideas....hmm ruind city bases, maybe skeletons or even broken bits of power armor
like have them standing over their own half burried bodies!
hope this helps buddy
Clean up mold lines on any future models. They really show up in your drybrush and to a lesser extent in washes.
Prime or basecoat Skull White. and a wash or two of Badab Black. Then all that's left is to pick out small things.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
in addition to said blue wash a bit of light blue (buy light blue i mean white with a bit of blue in it) applied to all the sharp edges of the armor might soften their appearance and add to the ghostly effect.