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New Project - Skitarii/Ad mech

Postby Deign » Thu Aug 13, 2015 5:05 pm

Hey all,

First time posting any work on here. I am trying to get involved in the local 40k community, so I am making an active effort to participate more in the goings on here at war sound.

On to the project..

Going with a different color scheme for my skitarii/ad mech, I just really like how a dark green and bone white look together on a model. Also I tend to favor on the side of heavier shading/battle weathered. Let me know what you think.

First up is my tech priest dominus...
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Re: New Project - Skitarii/Ad mech

Postby BigSquishy » Sat Aug 22, 2015 11:00 am

It looks really great. Nice n greasy : )
Having basing wouldn't draw the eye away from the good stuff tho . . .
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Re: New Project - Skitarii/Ad mech

Postby quickfuze » Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:13 am

I like the "dirty" look as well, I really think the new "mars red" basing would compliment this guy. It gives a somewhat rusty look to the base and the color is a complimenting color on the color wheel (talking color theory here).
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Re: New Project - Skitarii/Ad mech

Postby Deign » Thu Sep 24, 2015 7:27 pm

Definitely planning on basing these guys.. Havent quite figured out which way I want to go with it yet, a local friend does custom resin bases, I might do that as opposed to going with something GW.
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Re: New Project - Skitarii/Ad mech

Postby Unorthodoxy » Sat Sep 26, 2015 1:55 pm

I feel SOMEWHAT cheated by the fact they stole the Grotesque aesthetic of ampules and added it to this model. Not entirely but...
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