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What is a good colour scheme for kroot. Does anyone have pictures of a scheme? Also does anyone know if knarlocs from forgeworld can be used in the game?
Alec you don't collect kroot
Anyway a good scheme for kroot is black hair with camo green bodies
I painted mine using a mix of red gore and blood red for my bodies and bleached bone for their underbellies... I'll post a pic when I get my camera... yes the ganrloc can be played in games, although some tournements don't allow some IA gizmos.
Personally i like a more lizard like appearence which can be achieved with a ultramarines blue basecoat, Dark green ink wash then an ice blue highlite. Yes i know sounds strange but i like it. Got inspiration from orks if you couldn't guess. then you can do the spikes any way you want but i do a deep red with bright highlits and a tan underside.
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Mine are REALLY easy to make. Spray them black, drybrush them with Kommando Khaki, paint the belly sections Kommando Khaki, with watered-down Graveyard Earth between the sections of the belly.
Burn the land and boil the sea. You can't take the sky from me.
Member of the Canadian Clan, eh.
Mech Tau Cadre: 2000 points, needs paint and magnets.
Paladins of Avalon (SW):-1500 points, needs paint.
I've always wanted to see orange and green kroot that didn't look like carrots. Maybe you should work on that.
Ahhhhhhhh, what the hell is that?
Ummmmmmm, Sir I believe it's a Hive Tyrant.
Dark Angel green skin, orange hair-spikes and beak. Maybe with snot green for the chest. Would that work, or is that the work of a madman?Originally Posted by xtheblackmanx
regal blue drybrushed camo green every thing. then paint the gun and rags drybrushed mithril silver
I think Kroot are a great subject to paint for the simple fact that, in general, the Kroot tend to lend themselves to a very loose and "field-friendly" style of painting that can be really fun and easy going, and thankfully too, because they tend to be in such high numbers. Ink schemes would be ideal, try natural colors aswell seeing as the overall look for kroot is derived from a bird like appearance.
" Are you gonna bark all day little doggy,
or are you gonna bite? "