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As many of you might know, I haved named various units/models in my force, after characters on NCIS.
However, I believe it time to give them their own sept.
I'm working on some kind of fluff, but created a scheme using the Tau painter at The Bolter and Chainsword.
Let me know what you think of it.
good, but the grey rifle doesn't make much sense. It'd look better yellow.
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it dont look to bad but i would replace the yellow with khaki.
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Looks good but the gun should be black or yellow to fit in with the scheme
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I don't mind the gun colour, I think it adds variation to the scheme. You should make it look like the gun is a different colour for a good reason, as in it ia made that way. You should also make sure that guns on takns etc are grey like that.
I agree with Leech, the grey is a good fit. Yellow or black would look goofy since the armor is already that color. It confirms that the rifle is different from the armor, metal wise. I also like the bleached bone hooves. Upon first glance it looks goofy but it does make sense.
To be frank, I don't like it, there's too much going on in the color scheme. You've got all three primary colors, plus black, grey, and bone. That's quite a bit of color and the use of naturally-contrasting primaries makes it feel too busy. I'd recommend taking just one saturated primary, desaturate another, and remove a third entirely. Another issue I think is that a blue really blends in with the black, and from a distance your models will just look navy blue, with no distinction between the colors.
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I think its ok but not a big fan i think as both the base colour are so dark it wont stand out much and will look boaring. I have painted my guard with black amor and blue cloths and regret it. Not to say you will just explaining my bais against it. I think a lighter blue might be a better contrast but its only my oppinion.
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I think it'd look pretty cool as long as you toned down the yellow.
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It reminds me alot about my toy collection back as a kid.
It works. But like someone said earlier, I'd like the blue to lighten up abit. Use Regal blue as the darkest blue if you wanna keep it, or it'll most likely disappear into the black.