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i recently bought a monolith and the deciever, as they both much larger, expensive and grandiose than the rest of my army i thought i should give them different, and more complex color scemes to befit their larger importance in my army. my current army is drybrushed silver and has all the tubes, eyes, and chest symbols painted scorpion green. i am loooking for realy cool looking ways to paint my new models that do not require a master artist to do.
For the best effect go with the codex for the monolith. Darkangels green then highlite the edges with scorpion green i think and why did you paint the tubes did you not read the codex dont glue them into place until you have painted the model. Either way if you want something different try a dark color of you choice as a basecoat then highlite the edges with a very bright shade of the same color. Dark red blood red Dark angels green scorpoin green. As the deciever is a special character i would paint him just as in the book
by tubes i meant the power tubes hanging off of the gun, not the clear plastic rods. also i don't like the monolith in the codex as it looks quite bland. as for the deciever, i love the books paint job but i don't know where to find what colors they used, or what they did, and even if i did it looks really hard to paint. does anybody know how the deciever in the book is painted?
Unfortunately, I do not have a Deceiver or Nightbringer yet, so I cant help you with them. But, I did recently paint a monolith wich I am satisfied with. If you give me your E-mail, I could send you some pictures.