hello, here is the beginning of a possible army, I wanted to keep the main colors boring (black and grey) so the blue would stand out really well, I intend for the blue to be on every model somewhere...nothing much else to say but thanks for looking
Yes. You have achieved a really nice effect. The blue contrasts really well with the rest of the mode. +rep for that. My only concern is: can you tell them apart on the table? I mean what with everything basically being black. I would imagine so.
I really like it and would like to see more. I will follow this.
The blue glow around the plasma is very nice, but perhaps a bit strong. The effect is very cool but in reality I think it wouldn't light the black bits up quite as much. When the edges of the metal are as bright as the light they are reflecting, it looks a bit like they are shining on their own, rather than reflecting light from elsewhere.
Fine looking models. Very impressive look and I dare say not too tiresome to paint in large numbers(Something i look for in a scheme.) Large numbers of these will look very impressive. Just a suggestion, that paint scheme would look outstanding on a valkrye.
Rep for the impressive work.
Edit. One minor thing, the pose on the sentinel looks a little odd. Something about the lifted leg.
Great paint job, simple but really, really effective. Your models have also made me realise that painted like that, Elysians make a really good stand-in for the outdated Van Saar models for Necromunda.
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