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Okay, there is a painting competition at my GW next month and I have something to entre into the monster and single model catagory, but I am short of something good for the unit/regiment catagory. I have come up with the idea for Chameleon Skinks, built with a backdrop of a swamp and painted so that they blend in with their background. What do you guys think, too much to do or a good idea?
You might find that with a backdrop it would class it as a diorama. Try mounting it on a large base with suitable surrounding terrain and give them a similar if not the same paint scheme.
I think you will have trouble with Chameleon Skinks in a regiment category because they are skrimishers and lack standard bearers and other command models. Maybe a duel...???
there's this bloke who had converted and painted some chameleon skinks blending in with their backgrounds, he placed rocks, trees foilage and otherwise jungle terrain, all on individual bases! i say it can be done, i don't know if they count as a unit but hey, it's a good idea...
good luck on your project!
A good idea for a duel would be a chameleon skink springing from the shadows to attack some empire explorer or something.
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