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Well , i'v been hopping to and fro on what to do next but as you may guess iv gone for Ultramarines!
Why? because i want to give them the image they deserve as opposed to the horribly blue spreyd models with the disgusting yellow spoldges that so many noobs do.
I'v decided im doing an army made up of the Reserve companies, these guys see just as much combat as the rest of the chapter just in mixed form, eg 2 tacticals from 7th an assault from 8th, 2 devestators from 9th etc etc.
BUT I DIGRESS
So far i have undercoated black then the armour basecoated Mordian blue.....but iv come unstuck!!
I dont know where to go from here, drybrush Ultramarine? Just Black wash and start to highlight? iv never come unstuck like this when im doing a scheme befor, help me!!!
PROUD TO BE IN THE BRITISH ARMY.
~~ Surrender and serve me in life, or die and slave for me in death~~
Personally I'm a big fan of very dry drybrushing. Assuming you're not a fan of the light & bright kind, perhaps start with a very dark blue undercoat and then a thinned black wash to pick out the details. Then drybrush with 2- successively lighter shades, with the last one just to pick out the edges. After that you can apply a deep blue glaze in case the tint is a bit too light or faded. it's kinda what I did with my Blood Angels, but with red obviously.