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Well, I'm building a goblin army that I've finally decided to call the Fire Targets. Fluff is along the lines of a group of goblins who were once used too blatantly as cannon fodder by their orcish masters, and decided to abandon them during the night and form their own army.
Anyway, I'm just wondering how I should be painting them. My idea is that their prime colour scheme is going to be red, though some brown and metal colours will be used obviously. I want their clothing to be a sort of rusty looking red, and a lot of them will have bullseyes or other target marks on their clothing. The one thing I'm most definite on is that I'm going to be dipping them, because that will mean that I can get their clothing looking nice and uneven red, almost as if I actually spent more than a few minutes on each one! lol.
Now I'm just wondering whether anyone, preferably someone more experienced with dipping, has any tips to give me on what colours I should be using, or how I could do a (very) simple paint job on the goblins without making it look bad. Also, any recommendations on the type of dip I should use would be *very* welcome.
I don't know if dipping Goblins would look good, I've only seen it be done on Tyranids.
I'm not sure if Green would work good for the skin, you might wanna try some kind of brown.
For the clothing paint blood red, snakebite leather and chainmail. Try that, and if it doesn't look good, test-dip with some other colours.