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Right, so here are the current problems I face with my 'nids.
1) Basing, here- http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c3...m_original.jpg -is a pic of my fex. So the problem is I don't know what type of basing to give them, and I was hoping to get some advice and suggestions. I thought cityfight would be cool because of the greay, but city fight bases are normaly grey and I don't want the base to be the same colour if it is going to make the grey in the mini unattractive. I was hoping someone would be able to advise, so I could get something that made the mini stick out, the black is cool for the minis but unbased without some texture it isn't good.
2) one thing I have done with my nids is when I have painted the rib like carapice on the chest is I have painted it the same colour as the upper carapice(which no-one else does). This- http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c3...s/DSCF1821.jpg -is what I am talking about. Now I was thinking, it isn't the neatest, especially with those random bubbles, which I'll get rid of. So I'm torn, do I want to swap the colours around or leave as is. I was hoping you lot could tell me what you think too.
Thanks to anyone who replies.
basing nids is easy:
all you need is
-heads/arms/bodies/legs of anything (if you like to put carnage on bases)
-the peices of nid terain from the gensteal box (GREAT on the fex)
-anything else you want
for your other question i'm not the clear, what bubblely things??
i think what you need to do is do some highlighting....
waiting for the sunrise!
If you want to do a cityfighting base maybe try to make it look like cobblestone, I found a realy nice example, it's definitely hard to do, but if you wanna try. http://www.librarium-online.com/gall...imageuser=8569
If you paint it that way and maybe in red-brown it's not grey, but a great street! :yes:
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