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Having decided that I will give my girlfriend a pair of Howling Banshees, I'm a little stuck when it comes to colour choice.
the 'standard' white with red 'hair' on the bacl of the helmet looks cool...
"I have died a thousand deaths, and I will die a million more..."
In my opinion there are three main ways to paint aspect warriors: as they are in the codex, as you army (or hers in this case) or a mix of the two. I'd do the third.
You could for example paint them bone as in the codex but paint the mane/plume/whatever in you armys colour; you could paint them in your armys colours but paint the plume bone; you could paint parts of the armour one colour and others bone etc.
The point is to make them fit in the army while still making it clear that they are a unique unit.
Hope it helps.
Well, she does not collect any 40k army, but she quite likes wargame miniatures.
I'm thinking on a red/black/boltgun color scheme, with the armor black, helmet red and the extra armour on the sword arm boltgun. The Power Sword would be blue. What do you think?
Dont know if the piccis still work but:
had some spectacular bashees done with purple and grey/blue
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Red/black/metal is a little darker than usual for banshees but it's your minis :)
You could try white/red/metal instead. The armour white/bone, red arms and helmet and metal armguards. The red on the arms contrast better than white with metal.
Just an idea.