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As the title suggests, I am looking for a basing scheme for my tau, I have had a few ideas, but not very good.I dont want to go with the old static grass bases, but something more creative.Any ideas?
If you have any comments on th models or colour scheme at the same time that would really help.Thanks,
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How did you make the fading blue combo?
I usually find doing sand first (and paint it), then patches of grass is more effective than grass alone.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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I am always partial to an urban rubble look. Basically cork tile, sand, plastic sprue shards, odds and ends such as gears, wire, etc.
Also maybe do a certain type of planet theme - ie ash waste, deathworld, etc.
Overall in a general sense - I would look to making a theme that fits your army and carry it out to all of your figures. Plan ahead rather than adding the basing as an afterthought. This way you can - for instance - plan on a few raised bases, more interesting poses, etc. that you can't do if the figure is already glued down.
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puddles a watery world, with larger gray rocks and deep blue puddles
just and idea :shifty:
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Originally Posted by Gareth
How would you go about making those?
How many models are you planning on doing? Are they going to be entered into any competitions or tournaments where painting is judged?