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I like the overall scheme. The distinction between the carapace and the exoskeleton makes them stand out well. You speak of updating and I assume you mean touch ups. The colour on the carapace is very light. I think if you apply some shading to the carapace and perhaps a little highlighting too it will greatly enhance the appearance of your models.
Looks like the colour is ice blue. To shade it you could try storm blue, this will reinforce the chilly cold look. You could also try black it is more neutral. To highlight the carapace you can mix ice blue and white together or simply use white for a much starker look.
On the Zoanthrope the toxic miasma vent on it's back has tubing on it which hasn't been painted. I suggest you paint it and all the other areas like that on your models such as the joins if you haven't done so already. You could try red as a strong contrast to the rest of the colour scheme. Then again you mentioned something about the wolves not being alone on Fenris which makes me think you want a cold look. A darker blue or blue mixed with green might do it.
Hope this helps.
i dont think you should have black as the other color. makes them look like you havent put much effort into them. the carapace looks really nice tough. i cant think of a color that looks good with blue.. maybe if you highlighted the bleck on them.
Blakc doesn't bother me, but you could highlight it though. It doesn't really stand out enough for me. Looks good otherwise.
i think it would look better if the black was highlighted (not too extreme) and possilbe a smoother coat of blue.
looks nice, keep it up
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More gloss. The black won't really pop unless there's more shine.
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