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    My Su'Tar Paint Scheme

    Hey there everyone just wanted to see if these guys were as cool as I think they are. This is my third attempt at painting. Tell me what you think.

    Here they are.




    Here is what happens when my buddy striker and I take over a table to paint.


    The stages of a Necron Warrior


    My finished Destroyer.




    When the battlefield becomes silent, and the crust of the earth cools to when it was first born, My men and I will roam this land.

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    I think the scarabs look awesome.

    The Destroyer is good but could use a few touch ups to get places where your brush slipped. I have found that a 20/0 round brush is really good for getting into tight places. Also it has a lot of colors for a Necron. I think if you chose just one color for the tubing it would do a lot to firm up the concept. I personally would go with the green tubing.

    As for the warrior he doesn't really seem to fit the paint scheme of the rest of the army.

    Overall I think it would be a good looking army for my guard to face.

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    Overall a very nice job, there are a few places that could be touched up, maybe you could use a wash of some colour on the cords that have rivets (if that makes sense) on them.

    what did you use for the bases?

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    Thanks for all of the comments I will definitively use some of the tips. I just managed to finish my monolith today just wanted to share it with you guys. As for the bases I used fine sand that I bought from a local hobby store since my necron's came from the depths of a sand planet. Also if you guys see the large cracks on the seams of the monolith its because the model was warped so I need to fix it with green stuff when I get the chance, other than that props to my friend Striker for helping me assemble it.






    Also here is one of my normal warriors next to a beyond cool counter for my deep striking, thank you yet again striker, he painted the cron and setup the rocks I painted the green tubes and red power cord.


    Last edited by Sliced_Toast; March 22nd, 2009 at 04:58.
    When the battlefield becomes silent, and the crust of the earth cools to when it was first born, My men and I will roam this land.

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