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What do you guys think of this color schemes?



I know I won't get the exact colors, but you know, it's to get some sort of base idea.

I definately want to use orange as the trim color, it looks kewl and I love orange. I was thinking of going with gray-blue-ish colors or gray-green-ish colors. I dunno, I like the combination of both, but it just doesn't convince me completely.

If you would like to make some changes to the scheme to see how it looks go here, the colors I used are #506894 (Pruple-ish blue) #3F7B96 (Wierd blue) #A2D47D (Light green) #72A64B (Darker green) #FFB300 (Sept stripe orange) #FFF200 (Detail yellow).


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I like the upper right, but make the green darker and the blue brighter/greyer. Also scratch the red eyethings, make them blue too. Simple schemes are good. Complex ones also, but not red green blue.


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I like the upper right, but make the green darker and the blue brighter/greyer. Also scratch the red eyethings, make them blue too. Simple schemes are good. Complex ones also, but not red green blue.



Hmmm, blue eyes, I didn't consider that. I just instantly red-eyed them. I'll give it a shot.


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Also, I read somewhere that after the "The Hobbit" jazz, game workshop would bring out the new codex for Tau. I hope it's true, because I haven't bought the tau codex and just been reading a friend's one, I'd rather wait till the new one is released.


Dark angles will be out first then Tau, I'm pretty sure.

Also my Warhound titan construction in soon done...


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Dark angles

IN THE NAME OF TRIGONOMETRY, WE CHARGE!


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Azakan wrote:
Dark angles

IN THE NAME OF TRIGONOMETRY, WE CHARGE!


Hahahahaha, that gave me a good laugh!
I almost always write it like that, anyway.


So, Dark Angles are coming first then? Well, I'll wait for the new codex to buy it anyway, even if the wait is longer than expected.

I'll borrow the codex from a friend in the meanwhile.


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It's just a tiny detail that really ticks me off. Spelling is important, guys.


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Spelling is the difference between 'nice tea party' and 'subjugate the inferior races'.

Also, I agree with Non on this asklar, can't wait to see how it turns out for you, I anticipate that the results will be mad ill, yo.


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Now I wanna make a Dark Angles army.

Re: Tau colour schemes, I'm biased towards the blue-er ones, I don't know what shade of green you plan on using but puke green tau just seems kind of weird. Unless you're going like Tau X Necrons or like Tau X Orks or someshit. I unno what the ally rules are.

EDIT: Also I think using orange in a tau army should be mandatory.


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Natti wrote:
Azakan wrote:
Dark angles

IN THE NAME OF TRIGONOMETRY, WE CHARGE!


Image

Angels and angles are both mystical creatures so what's the big deal?
also, I didn't check the post after typing it. LIVING ON THE EDGE!


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Wheeee, my razorback and sanguinary guard just arrived.
Also, lesson for all those using gw's thick plastic glue, if you keep it for too long it will stop working properly.


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Wheeee, my razorback and sanguinary guard just arrived.
Also, lesson for all those using gw's thick plastic glue, if you keep it for too long it will stop working properly.


Also true for their thin glue, just fyi.


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You mean the super glue that you apply by brush or the thin plastic glue I just bought?

Because the thin super glue I have got better with the passing of time. It is now a bit thicker and sticks just as good.
The think plastic glue turned brittle and stopped melting the plastic parts to each other, so I had to rip an entire marine apart already, with two more probably to share his fate.


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This glue. It was like trying to put models together with butter, don't remember how old it was though, perhaps ~3-5 months.


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Strange, I've had mine for like maybe two years and it works like a charm. Still has that strange 20 seconds worth of not sticking and then instantly drying thing though.


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