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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-22-11, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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Also like the second scheme. If you could spare a marine or 2 why not do a test run and see how it comes out?

As for names i'd go with something based around Azure, as the scheme gives the appearance of a nice light blue.
we have a couple of old second ed marines floating around that jules will use as a test mode, which she probaly have a go at in a few weeks ( shes on meds at the mo, and the docs just upped her dose, so needs to get used to the new dosage first).
Once shes done a test model, i post it here

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Also keep me eyes open for anyone getting rid of any SM models on the cheap as well, as we're gameing on a budget
I have a few models over in the trading thread if you are interested mate.
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i had a look at your thread ultra, can you PM me a list of any unpainted models you have, and a possible price for em (as i said earlier in the thread, we're on a budget)

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i had a look at your thread ultra, can you PM me a list of any unpainted models you have, and a possible price for em (as i said earlier in the thread, we're on a budget)
Sure, I'll get on it sometime today for you mate. Bit busy at moment
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I would use White Primer tbh, if Painting white is a bitch to begin with, then just do white, then paint on that
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thats the wifes plan, white undercoat then do the base colours, and as ive discovered in the past, ultramarine blue appears as lighter, colder shade when done on white, and dark on black undercoat

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Real easy way to paint the second scheme: Spray white, ink white bits with black ink, drybrush white bits with white, paint blue & purply bits with space wolves grey, ink purple bits with purple ink, ink blue bits with blue ink, paint any symbols you want & pick out any details you feel like doing.........
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