Reaper has a "Master Series" paint line (very similar to Vallejo paints). They have three bottle sets of colours, with a dark, mid-tone and highlight of the same shade of colour.
As to your "red" are going with a darker red, as seen in the link; or a lighter red? Is going to be a purplish or burgundy red? Again you might want to go with Reaper or Vallejo.
TauMan wrote:PS Chaos artifact? Isn't that rather cliché? I mean isn't EVERYTHING in the WH40K universe either a Chaos artifact or related to Chaos somehow? TM
Shiggles wrote:I appreciate this is completely not canon in the slightest (as the Tau aren't known for any decorative symbols like the Orks and IG are) but I think it would look incredible. I also doubt I have the skill to pull it off either aha!
Kakapo42 wrote:As a further option, if you're wanting to do an Enclave force then they are known to conduct piracy and mercenary work to help sustain themselves, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to imagine that such an Enclave pirate or mercenary force on an extended mission deep in the lawless reaches of the Eastern Fringe would take some extra liberties with decorating their equipment, either as a morale booster or, again, as a psychological warfare tactic (the various warring factions of 40k are after all, as a rule, a cowardly and superstitious lot).
But I digress. From a pure background point of view, your revised idea of a red and white colour scheme with green accents would fit well with your initial concept, effectively combining a modified version of Farsight's own red and grey colour scheme with the green Sept markings given to N'dras in the 6th edition background.
QimRas wrote:This may be useful as a starting point. It has the hex codes and paint equivalents.
https://www.dakkadakka.com/wiki/en/Pain ... lity_Chart
Oh, and this could help with picking layering colors, if that is something you are looking for.
https://www.games-workshop.com/resource ... System.pdf
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