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... since I started, stopped and restarted 40k.
I'm finally in the home stretch with my Space Marines chapter, which I started back in 2nd edition. Here is an example of the paint scheme (Vet Assault Squad Sgt.) My painting has gotten better over the years, but since I don't have the wherewithal to redo all the old ones, I've kept it relatively simple for even the newer models.
I think I like the basing strategy I've settled on, but I'm open to suggestions. I bascially just paint the base Scorched Brown and then lay down a crescent or a couple of splotches of white glue. Then I use GW sand and pebbles. I was going to paint the sand and do drybrushing, but I liked the natural look. I figure this will go OK with city terrain as well as the usual green-flocked boards. My "home" terrain is going to be Bloodstone.
i like the colour scheme- but how about showing us the completed army
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
i think the basing could use some work because it looks a little boring
It Looks Good But Like Hero Said The Basing And Paiinting Could Use Some Work.
The gold grey knight man. These are hardy men who like cheese.
Ever thought of how cheese was found?:
`` I say sah, the milk in this barrel smells foul!``
``Oooohhh, give it a go!``
''Quack, damn you!''
-Jamie heinamen, Mythbusters.
So what should I add to the bases to make them less boring?
I'm planning on maybe a skull or two on some of the bases. I think the natural sand/rock is more interesting than the ones I painted and drybrushed, since those have even less character to them.
It's hard to make mud interesting :p
Oh, and I already have 60+ models painted in this basic scheme and with Scorched Brown bases, so I could make some minor adustment to the scheme, but I'm not looking to start over. That is what my NEXT army is for
Thanks for the input.
Last edited by RecklessFable; May 10th, 2006 at 15:53.
Boy, they look an aweful lot like my Star Dragons...
"I have died a thousand deaths, and I will die a million more..."
Wow Rogue-Angel, great site! And, yeah, they are very similar. When I started this chapter they were also a Dark Angel successor, actually, my oldest models are base-coated in Dark Angels colors and I painted over them with the chaos black/liche purple. I fell in love with Amethyst Purple (now discontinued) and based this pallet off using it. Eleven years ago I tried to strip them with paint thinner to zero good results. I'd do better now if I had the time/energy, but I just want to be done with this army already :p
I was also converting them to use Space Wolves Codex (with my own background) when 3rd edition came out and pretty must invalidated my whole army structure. That was when I quit the hobby in disgust. It's taken almost a decade for me to come back but now I'm full-bore again.