They're looking tidy.
But I would say you need to give them a shade and highlight before you add the weathering. This would give you more contrast and make them pop.
if you add a bit of yellow to the green and do some edge highlights then a bit of white to that and do the most raised. Then give a glaze of green to tie them back together.
The black , I would highlight with caliban green or a grey and then a wash of nuln oil.
Your weathering is looking good.
Hope it helps.
yes..the landraider is a bit lacking and dull...it needs some highlighting or weathering to make it pop just a little bit more..also a very interesting way to paintg them..is there a reason behind it??
Yeah I was thinking of doing some highlighting/washing or dipping. But its a matter of how much time I want to spend on each model, vs getting this 15k~ worth of salamanders painted.. buying is the easiest part of the hobby :laugh:
The paint scheme is from Imperial Armor 10, with my own twist on it. The Army is a apocalypse sized siege assault army list.
Along with 43 more Marines with siege mantles next to come in the project is this. On this one, I may try a fast dry brush highlight to get a bit more depth without a whole lot of more time spend.
Also, I picked up enough of these assault shield to cover all 5 land raiders. Thoughts on them?
Wouldn't you maybe benefit from getting an airbrush to do quicker coats and highlights? (If you haven't already got one) I agree with the guys above that it currently looks a little flat. Those assault shields are brilliant by the way, where did you get those?
Already doing the air brush thing, and you're right, before I paint the rest of the troops, I'll just toss a top down green highlight. Airbrushing a highlight onto black however seems to be a bit more complex.
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