yazchar wrote:Wow, you have improved so much, those XV9s look great, congratulations on your hard work and effort, it has paid off! I have to agree with R.D. though on the "dancing", my advice, for battle suits of any type, keep both feet on the ground or in the air, not one of each!
Tastyfish wrote:Any chance of a scale shot of the three Tau capital ships, ideally up against a Imp or Chaos cruiser? I've got a Merchant and an Explorer and going I'm quite tempted to use the merchants as Heros and then convert up a smaller ship to represent the 4 hits Merchants as they seem to be the right sort of size against the other Cruisers.
Chris wrote:Thanks for the motivating words guys.
So the guy I talked to, said, that I should make a thin layer of badab black ONLY over the bright grey highlights, to darken them a little bit. That would help that they do not pop out and painting mistakes aren't so obvious.
If I understand you guys right, you suggest, that I should go with black (or purple) over the whole tank, to make after highlights some depths.
I have to say, that I'm a little bit skeptical....
lostinnm wrote:Sorry it took me so long to get back to this, but here are a few examples that show highlighting black
lostinnm wrote:IMO, after looking at them some more, if you are playing your Eldar mainly as an allied contingent, rather than blue or grey I would go with a dark red highlight to tie the two armies together, even though they have two different paint schemes. That would also help tie the red gems and warm colored base to the rest of the model.
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