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The scheme is basic and easy on the eyes. But as for C&C, it really depends on what you want. Do you want an urban camo scheme (such as this):
Or are you strictly going for just flat colors? If flat colors are fine, then what you have here works well!
By the way, what kind of turret are you putting on that tank?
Best of luck!
Flat colours works better at this scale IMHO. I did see one guy on here or warseer that had painted US woodland camo really, really well - but it takes a lot of skill I don't have. To easy to make it just look like blobs
Turret is an Old Crow resin peice, absolutely fantastic at the price.
My main suggestion would be to make sure you've got urban basing, as well.
It will really help sell the image.
I would also suggest using a pair of colours with more contrast for your fatigues and your armour plating... A little contrast is always a good thing.
Maybe a dark bluey grey for the armour, and a lighter grey for the fatigues?
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I tried doing a woodland BDU scene on a few guys in my army, and what i found worked well was just giving them a base coat of one color in this case Catachan Green, and then adding black and brown splotches onto the green, it gave it more of a MARPAT look but i liked it. Would post pictures models were either destroyed or painted over.
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Thanks for the advise guys. Just received the Reaper Olive Drab Triad yesterday so I'll try that on BDU.
Still to lazy to do camo though, would be nice to have a whole army in Desert DPM IMHO
Looks pretty good. Less urban, but the base and camo fit better together. Would need to see some new pictures to give a better opinion.