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Do most of you paint your aspect warriors in their respective Aspect Temple colors or do you paint them to match the Craftworld colors from which you draw your army?
Last edited by Montford981; November 17th, 2006 at 14:55. Reason: Better title
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That all depends on personal preference.
Most people I would think use the respective aspect colors, and include somewhere on the model color relating to their respective craftworld. For instance, Black on the Banshee's loincloth for Ulthwe.
But by and large, it's mostly personal preference.
What's to stop a mix?
Like one side of the body from the waist up in Craftworld colours, leaving the head normal.
And I'd try to fade it, not making it look like it sticks out.
Post your army lists in the ARMY LIST section! Not that hard!
I go aspect shrine colors--I don't really have a reason except that htat's how I did it.
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I use craftworld colours, with shrine colour as an accent. It allows the army to look more cohesive but still provides a little pinache for the aspect warriors.
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Craftworld Colors, with touches of the Aspect shrine.
Also, I remember in the old 'dex (or maybe the Craftworld 'dex) there were a few aspect warriors painted in craftworld colors - A banshee done in Alaitoc blue and yellow.
i paint my aspect warriors in aspect coulors and have the armour plates on 1 leg on every model in my army painted hawk turquiose. it unifys the army a bit. and when the bases are all done to reflect the web way it looks pretty good.
I love Pathfinders.
dam sorry about double post
Last edited by eldratch the fallen; November 18th, 2006 at 08:00.
I love Pathfinders.
I paint mine in Aspect Colours; it's one of the main reasons I started Eldar. I often found armies looked very plain as they had to stick to 3 or 4 main colours, whereas the Eldar have all of them. I also like how they show up from the rest of your army, and I find it more fluffy to paint them Shrine colours.
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