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Last edited by psichotykwyrm; May 28th, 2007 at 23:51.
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---Ogvai Ogvai Helmshrot, Jarl of Tra, VI Legion Astartes
Looks alright. With some more detailing in the final models it'll look even better.
I however would use an even brighter tone on the flesh. The contrast between flesh end carapace (sp?) is to small. I'd use rotting flesh preferebly and then the green you used. But that's me, heh. The weapon is painted in Rotting flesh isn't it? Well, that makes up another "problem" as that would probably not really differentiate the hand from the gun...
But as for this scheme, it looks alright, but just the contrast of both greens is kept to too much of a minimum which I would change.
It looks good. I think that other than a little work on that eye it seems to look like a decent colour scheme. You can work on it if you want. The skin tone could be added to if you like. You can go in one of two directions. You can use a pale flesh tone on it lightly to get a lighter but paler look. Or you can use something like scorpion green. This will make it lighter too but much warmer. This really depends on what you want.
I would suggest, when you're done once and for all, to apply a glossy varnish to give it that shiney/slimey 'don't get any on ya!' look that we all came to love so much in Aliens.
Just a thought. . .
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Good painting scheme... just too green for my tastes... Apart from that the red make a nice contrast and breaks the green tide a little and the bone weapon as well! Hope to see more!
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