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Last edited by jaffa cakes; May 3rd, 2009 at 11:51.
I don't see much camo to be honest just a base colour with sharp highlights?
Yeah thats the scheme, i wanted something dark and gritty to match my image of 40k
Ah, k, Well I like the colour scheme itself. i was always a fan of the military look for guardsmen. I would try gradlyally building up your highlights though. If it's meant for mass painting an entire army, just two gradually lighter highlights and a thinned down ink wash should do the trick.
Hi Jaffa Cakes,
I think you should use a less bright highlight so it will blend better with the base coat. It's probably not going to work too well making the highlight a camo pattern. Camo breaks up recognizable shapes, but highlights define them. That being said, without any expectations, just viewing the model for fun, I like it! The color choices are pleasant, and it's very cleanly excecuted.
Thanks guys, yeah i thought the highlighting might be too thick but did it to stop the model fading on the tabletop. Make sure to check out my second scheme and give me your thoughts. Thanks
i like the other camo better!