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Now, im doing a banshee themed Bieltan army.
I was thinking either, Bleached bone (shading up from bestial brown) and a contrasting colour .
Or i was going to use Fortress grey and white.
Which do you guys think would look better? i like the idea of the bone and contrasting colour.
I think fortress grey to white would make a refreshing change actually, you also need a contrasting colour, if you use fortress grey to white you could use blue (a-la woad) fot decorations
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Bonewhite is the way to go if you ask me.
Bleached bone is the usual way to do them, intresting but boring. I'd do them white, using fortress or codex grey as the base and layer up till white. As for a contrasting colour I find that an icy/light blue can do quiet well - that or maybe shadow/space wolfs grey?
Historically speaking most historical landmarks are haunted by a Gray Lady and gray would be original certainly beating the greenish Ghostbuster homages that i often see.
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You could always go waaaay different and paint them a dark red, highlighted with blood red and washed with red ink. They're steeped in the blood of their enemies.
Or, you could do whatever.
i did mine bleached bone (when it wasn't common) with ice blue cloths and jewels i left the hair black as well.
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My Banshees is yellow whit dark red as contrast. Smal things like gems are blue and eyes are blue.