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I finally got my hands on a Piranha, and I am so happy! I just got done playing it in a 1k pt game where it blew up a Dark Eldar Ravenger. That's the best wayIMO to inaugurate it into my army. But the best part is that I finally finished painting it! And I think it looks goooooooooooooooooooood!
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Huzzah for your piranha! That's a very interesting camo scheme ... what's the rest of your army look like? I like it.
ninjabackhand: point and click, again, really? even after i give you an military term "shock tactic" you still call it point and click.
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Thank you, its a kinda winter navy camo mix. Here are some pictures of the part of the rest of my army. Gives you a better idea of the theme carried out. Once I finish this army I gonna start a new cadre with new colors.... only one problem I got like 13 chooses as far as color schemes I've come up with.
What's a Tau player to do?
As a fellow Shas 'el who can't figure out a decent color scheme and has trouble painting a single damn firewarrior
That is one nice color scheme.
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Thanks, if you need any pictures of a color scheme or a breakdown of painting application, let me know. I have about 13 color setups ready to go, that I can't use yet.
I have a tip for you. If you are using white over a dark colour it is often hard to avoid it looking muddy. The way to avoid this is to use a yellow base coat where the white is going to be applied and then paint over the yellow with the white paint. You will find the white looks much less muddy and more solid.
Thanks, I will definitely have to try that on my next incoming model.
Nice camo bud. For this guy, just add some more white (1:1 paint to water) over the muddy parts. It'll still be a little bumpy, but the white will become solid with added coats.
That's actually how I do all of my white now; 2-3 thinned-down layers. It turns out very smooth and solid, but don't worry when the first coat looks terrible.
BTW, my Ravager wants a rematch!
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