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O.K i have decided to do a Brettonnian army and paint it in the colour scheme of the duke of brionne (black and white) with white shields on the MAT and white barding with black shield designs for the KOTR and the reverse for Knights errant.
Now for the undercoat, i will spray the shields and horses of the knights white and spray the knight himself black. for the pesant i will spray his shield white too and the troop himself black. My problem lies with how to paint a smooth coat of white over black for the details and some designs does anyone have any tips or hints on how to do this?
as the hobo would say BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRINNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGG!! :blink:
some better colour schemes are:
Adalhard of Lyonesse; A red lion's head over a white background
Taubert of L'Anguille; A blue sea monster on a white background with a white shield and blue trim.
I think u can paint something better than black+ white, but if u want a white background these are the only other 2 that have white.
hope this helps Bobby
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I tried out a test figure and decided to change the scheme to regal blue and blood red and it looks a lot better.