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After the unsucessfulness of my last log, on which there was ten posts of mine in a row with no replies. Ive waited a while before opening my new one.
This log is going to contain my 1000pt Catachan army. Plus some random scratchbuilds like my Titan. yesterday I received my first lot of Catachans. They are now undercoated and one has been started as my test scheme. Here's some pics of him so far.
It a dark swamp scheme and will hopefully have some nice camo patterns on it. i need ideas for this camo, so if you have any they will be appreciated.
And the whole force so far.
Ive also got this in the works. See if you guess what it is.
Here's the fluff of the force so far. It is still a WIP.
http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...d.php?t=109379 (Vaslar Jungle Fighters)
Thanks for looking at my log and please return soon for more updates.
EDIT - List put up - http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...55#post1061655
A nice start on the log, Pickle, but I've got one concern, having to do with your pictures; the lighting. It doesn't seem very clean, or 'white,' but instead makes everything appear sort of orange in color. This makes your pewter models look yucky, and it's really hard to see the paint scheme on your test model. Besides that, though, looking forward to seeing more progress.
Good luck with the "snackattacks" (catachans spelled backwards is snahcatac). But in all seriousness Lost Nemesis is right. Your pictures are very orange, are you sure you have correctly white balanced your digital camera for inside? It seems like it is set for outdoors, making the "white" light bulbs appear orange.
I think their main color should be green and not brown. They are in a dense jungle, and green would be the best color for camouflage (the color is named after them for a reason). I don't know how good of a painter you are but it would be awesome if you could make a camo design on their clothes. It would definitely set them apart from normal guardsmen. skin and face paint might look cool too if done right.