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how the hell did you do that armour? it looks so sweet...serieusly...
about the capes, why not keep ehm black with some grey? i don't know, i'm always in turmoil with how to do the capes...
keep up the work though, you have made some incredible base for good warriors, wih some more detailing...damn!
I second that, the armor is awesome! I want to know as well, how did you do that? It looks very, very good.
As for the capes, if you're going nurgle you could go with an olive green for the capes. To me, they look fine as black, but an olive color could look pretty interesting, especially in contrast to the sweet armor job you did.
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hey man nice paint job a nice dark grey dry brushed on the cloaks.
Just a little thing why dont you black/brown ink the weapons so they look as if they have been used.
good luck spudles
I'd go with a "bone" color ( as in the robes of the Dark Angels ), or paint the capes as flayed flesh ( as Flayed Ones necrons ).
Great job, it actually looks like you have used a salt mask and air brush in the pictures, but it is a nice little tutorial you have there.
In terms of the cloaks, I quite like them black and they have the nice little freehand circle things on them that look quite cool.
Very neic job on the models! I'd say don't go with a flesh/tan/bone color since it would become too monotone and dull by blending in with the armor. An olive green would be nice, but would look too natural or wood elfish?
A deep blue or purple would bring some commanding colors to them