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Take a look, and tell me what you think I should do different ext.
 

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They all look really good, my only nitpick is consistency between them, they don't seem cohesive in terms of techniques used for bone and the basing strategy you're using.
 

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When I opened this up to take a look, I dont know why it hit me like that, but the pic on the top right caught me funny. I thought you painted the Bram Strokers vampire bufount(SP) hair onto one of your vamps! In my defense, I did just wake up!
Great mini's though, do likes the paint!
 

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They do look good but I would also say they don't look cohesive as an army. The two skeleton regiments really show the difference as one is way more bronw and the other very white.
 

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I know, but the dark ones where painted by my brother, and I felt obligated to use them in my army since he went through all the effort of painting them.

Oh by the way what basing style do you think I should standardize across my army?
 

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personally, i dig it :) the brown/white skeletons i can understand... a body is a body, after a battle you just grab what you can... so browns could be old and whites new...

i wouldnt do them straight white, maybe a yellow wash or somethin... but mix up the models, browns, white, black (burnt), yellow etc....

wow that sounded racest >_< not ment that way at all!!!
 

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I agree with that, I think brown and white bones look fine, in fact, relativately "recent" bones look more brown than white, the point I think its the contrast, but IMO, putting a banner in each unit with the Army's simbol and painting the blank shields with a similar pattern can do a good work making them look more united :)
 
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