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i have already painted them. but when i looked back, the wepons seemed dull, boring, and most of all- to black. so i had an idea: paint them eather, bobonic brown drybrushed with bleached bone (which is what my marines have on thier guns) or have bronze hilighted by gold on the black parts, and silver were there is siver normaly.
tell me what you think
I have painted a few templar's for a mate of mine before and came across the same problem as you describe.
I found that doing details/guns/etc. in boltgun metal then chainmail really brightened them up a lot and gave focus points to look at.
I think a bone colour would look okay, but it might make them look a bit too brown. Especially if you have the templar white colour on their armour somewhere. They will bounce off each other and not fit together too well. I might be wrong but I think thats what would happen.
may be this doesn't change you advice- but i'm talking about Dark Angles
waiting for the sunrise!
Sorry!!! I just wasn't thinking. :wacko:
But yeah, it sorta makes my advice kinda irrelevant. Just take it as it was intended... you might be able to apply something.