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For me doing any army the first step has to be to do a scheme test model, usually a character. For this army I picked the Exalted Deathbringer which seemed to be a great choice, the first think I love about the model (the spear one) is that the weapon does not block access to the chest of the model, secondly he wears armour which is a mix of what a lot of other units wear so is a good reference model when rolling out the scheme and finally there are only two exalted Deathbringers in the ‘Super-Battalion’ so will have one as the first model and one as the last model to compare development of skills throughout the project. I had an old scheme which was blue and silver which a few people liked locally, but I wanted to move away from it as though it looked good on tabletop I found it difficult to improve it from the level it was at to something better. The new scheme is bone with a dark metal trim, which I feel makes the army fit in with the Khorne theme. I think the new scheme has potential to improve and have enough possibilities for variation to stay interesting throughout the project
Hi all, I am taking part in the Fate of Sigmar Narrative event next year and I will be taking Warherd. However I think I need some help in turning concepts into a paint scheme. My main idea is an 'Ulgu' Warherd, so dark neutral colours that represent a Herd who have become one with this shadow land. Any ideas for an Ulgu paint scheme? Secondary is a God-dedicated Herd, Slaneesh with pinkish skin that isn't too much. Any ideas for colours or schemes would be much appreciated. G
I am planning a pure Beastclaw raiders force, or Beastclaw with Ogre Bulls and a butcher in. Either, it will be slightly more fluffy than an optimal mixed destruction list! I have found a cool paint scheme for the icey bases, namely a gulliman blue glaze over a white basecoat, then drybrushed white. I am also relatively settled on painting the stonehorns/mournfang cavalry a light grey, drybrushed up to white. However, I want to paint the ogre's frozen ice blue also, to look similar to the white walkers from game of thrones, however my test model turned out awful. I tried spraying white, glazing gulliman blue, with a little coleia greenshade, then drybrushed white. Am I better off painting really light blue? Or painting light grey with a blue wash perhaps? Any help would be greatly appreciated!