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So I'm doing a blood axe ork army, which means lots of random camo patterns everywhere! However, I'm afraid that the overall look of the army will be not be cohesive enough, as there wont be a binding theme throughout every model. Does anyone have any recommendations as to how I could link my models/units together while still keeping up the crazy random camo patterns?
Have either a trademark item on them all, or give them all tatoos of the same colour. Not all that much is needed really. maybe a special doodad on everyone to remind them who their boss is, or just have them all branded in his colours.
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Having unifying colors across the figures is a great way to give a cohesive look. Maybe the patterns can all be the same color but different design patterns. Maybe a unifying face paint theme (color not pattern) would do well. At the very least I would limit the number of color variants within the camo and repeat them through the unit - maybe pulling some of the colors from the camo and using them on other models for markings, etc. to keep the colors going through the whole unit.
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