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I paint their heads Scab Red, then add Shining Gold for the spikes things on the head. Then I paint the border of the sholder army Shining gold. All spikes i paint Bad Moon Yellow. I drybrush Ultra Marrines Blue hair.
Dark Eldar: The Kabal Of the Black Heart: Bloody Claw division.
Black Legion: Division 666
Vampire Counts Von Castein Bloodline: w/l/t
............I'm not sure how yours would look, but anyways, here's mine:
I'm not much of a painter, more ofa player, so i undercoat black, then drybrush the whole model with a mix of Mithril Silver and Regal Blue (the old regal blue in the blocky bottle). The skin is simple elf flesh. The hair is drybrushed Skull White and eyes on helmets are Blood Red. Guns are the silver/blue mix too. Any blades are Boltgun Metal. Yes, very plain, but it's quick and I'm still waiting for my mates to paint up their armies.....
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1) Prime black
2) apply basecoat of Midnight to everything but boots, shoulder pads, gauntlets, spikes, helmets, and guns
3) apply shining gold to shoulder pads, upper chest armor, gauntlets, boots, and super man style underwhere (hehe)
4) apply mithril to all spikes, barrels of guns and to helmet (painting helmet ridges gold)
5) paint hair scorched brown, with a drybrush of spacewolves gray, then LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT drybrush of skull white
6) paint a few other (hard to define) areas of splinter rifles boltgun metal
7) blood red/red gore eyes
drybrush all midnight blue areas with a LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT drybrush of shadow gray
9) very watered down black ink wash of all parts metal (just to define everything better)
10) finally, apply blood streaks to splinter rifle bayonets and/or wrist blades
yep, a simple 10 step process for painting dark eldar warriors. (in my next issue, i'll explain how i model their bases )
-Black basecoat of primer
-Mithril silver for metal parts
-Scab red for gun
-Highlight all the parts of armour w/ regal blue
-Blood red eyes.
Simple yet satisfying.