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Thank you all, for answering my posts, on the trouble I am having choosing my paint scheme.
I am really at a crossroad here, and choosing to add both colors, which I liked, to one design.
With the help, of this wonderful site, The Bolter and Chainsword : Space Marine Painter, I thought up on how I would like it.
Please look at them, and leave comments. It will help me decide.
looks like it will be intresting,
I would recommend painting the pink half first, as it is always easyer to cover up any mistakes with the darker colors.
The way I have been doing my Noise marines is Warlock purple, Tentical pink , Magenta ink, Tentical pink.
The blue looks like enchanted blue with ultramarines hilights.
Paint up a test model and see if you like it.
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I think it looks ok, a little too bright for my likings, but if they are the colours you like then go for it!
My only worry would be getting the scheme to look ok when you put it onto the model, as the lines between the colours would have to be dead straight or they could end up turning out a bit of a mess!
I'll certainly be sticking around to see what you decide on!
Pity tentacle pink no longer exists . Could be interesting if done well, although I'm not really a fan of quartered colour schemes. Will be interested to see how minis turn out, though.
I say go for that scheme. It's not usually thought of or done, but it does look like it can turn out good, so why not?
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You could go for a slightly darker than usual pink like, shamefully, my phone for example(It's a nice shade of pinkish plum) The blue is rather shiny though.
You could investigate other companies' paint ranges, such as Vallejo or Tamiya; Netmerchants> Scale Models > Paints & Sundries
I'm afraid I'm gonna have to say though, go with your gut on what colours to use. it's yours and no-one elses scheme after all.
Good luck and looking forward to what may come!