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I did Gloss black from my primary color but then did gold shoulder pads and like bolt gun metal for some of the mechanical parts. But it looks very nice and stands out well. On my special units like destroyers and monolith and immortals i did white as a highlight color.
Two-tone metallics usually don't work well.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
I have my Necrons (not warriors, just immortals, wraiths, lords, etc) rusty metal with black shoulder pads trimmed with thin gold lines. I like the way it looks... I'll post some pics later tonight if you'd like. After having metallic Necrons for so long it's always cool seeing the ceramic style. I think light or bright colors dipped in polyshades walnut stain looks incredible. It'll definately make you stand out from the rest.
I love when I hear people claim that Necrons are boring to paint, when it is completely untrue. All you need is a little imagination, and you can think of some amazing paint schemes for them, far beyond the stereotypical boltgun metal or silver drybrushed over a black undercoat. AKM, not sure if those are your models, or you just found the picture's elsewhere, but they look amazing.
Increasing the diversity of the 40k universe through the destruction of Space Marines, one army at a time...
NicksNecrons, there are some more paint schemes here: