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Well, I had a paint scheme I was wanting to run by yall.
I was wanting to paint the main body of my models with a dark bubonic brown and wash, perhaps highlighted with bestial brown, with the carapace a dark black, and bleached bone for talons, ect.
I am a big fan of the movie Mimic, and it has given me the main drive for my Nid army, and I want to carry over that color scheme of the giant mutated cockroaches.
Well, any ideas or tips on how to go about this scheme?
Ist doch so gut gewürzt und so schön flambiert und so liebevoll auf Porzellan serviert Dazu ein guter Wein und zarter kerzenschein Ja da lass ich mir Zeit Etwas Kultur muss sein.
I'm going for something similar, I spray my models black, then I drybrush it all (both carpace and skin and whatnot) with:
1; scorched brown
2; bestial brown
3; vomit brown
4: Paint the carpace&talons with bleached bown and drybrush a little with it on the rest of the model.
Later (when I've painted all my 100+ models with this) I'll add green or red (?) tounges&sacs and fix smaller details, maybe ink them with normal colours (scorched brown/black? I'm not really fond of inks, though there has been a long time since I used some..).
It makes for a nice slightly camouflaged army, I like the idea of 'nids that has a chance of NOT being spotted, there are way too many way too colourful armies out there (just my opinion, they may be nice, but there are alot of them and it's not really something I fancy).