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This is just a coulour scheme i have, i dotn want to do a green SS, by the way im doing a biel-tan amry. CC welcome
I'm not to keen on the paint scheme, is it darker than what the picture shows? Because I would have done a darker desert scheme.
A lighter desert theme might look better..:yes:
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nice mate i like the scheme i would love to use it. Unfortunatly i dont play eldar anymore.
nice i would of mixed a small bit of Graveyard earth? with skull white and then painted some very light grey brown Eldar runes on him or on a exarch. but overall i would say
As I can see there is nothing wrong whit your color, but you need to get more contrast in there. As it looks now you have one base color and the gold weapon (yes the eyes are red but the cant make up for the contrast, they are to small) this donâ€™t make the miniature "pop".
To fix this problem you will need one more color to give him some contrast. There are allots of colors to chose from. IMO a darker red shod do the trick (maybe Scab Red highlighted up to blood red or a red like the color of my avatar) blue might work as well, just keep the shades quite dark then give the edges some nice bright highlights.
You donâ€™t need to put a contrast color on any big area, just pick out small details. As it is now all of the models details are painted in the same way so the colors "melt" together.
Hope I have given you a few things to think about Good luck.
if you're after a darker "earth" tone to use as a contrast, you might want to look at Terracotta, it's a reddish brown, and almost never seen on models. It'd be different enough to stand out, it's still an "earth" color but not a brown (as such).
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ok well the colours i used where scorched brown base coat over black undercoat then a heavy drybrush of bleached bone followed by highlighting of white, the face plate is space wolf grey and the gun is tin bits.... the flash kinda made the gun look weird. im planning on doing the eyes diffferently ( regal blue, then ice blue dot to show the eye )