I wonder what a graph of your juggernaut possession over time would look like. I suspect it would be pretty damn linear.
Definitely a part of it. With all of the fuckers on the table it will make things easy.Also sending out packs of one breed or another makes it easy to delineate which Jugger belongs to which units in close combat, I suppose.
I plan to wash the Boltgun Metal with some Nuln Oil, and verdigris is gonna happen! I just don't wanna overdo it as I'm prone to doing.That's looking excellent. I think the silver is a bit too bright still, but I know this is WIP.
Perhaps small touches of another accent color would also help. Maybe a little Verdigris?
That sounds really awesome, actually.If you ever make it to armies on parade or whatever, that should be your army diorama display board.
I think in your honor I will actually paint a couple bone colored. I love the running peasant, but I'd prefer a Tau or Eldar :grin:.Take that screaming peasant from the WHF Giant set...
I think you have enough Juggers to really let yourself run wild. Bone-colored Juggers, Copper Juggers rusting heavily green...
Thanks dude! And you make a good point about the verdigris. I dunno about the logistics of oxidation taking place, I just like the contrasting bit of color :crazy:.That looks really good! Great contrast and clear painting - Good job man :good:
I would probably give it a drybrush of Runelord Brass to give that metal a extra pop, but it's purely a subjective matter. The metals are quite good on the current model.
I'm always a bit 50/50 in terms of verdigris. I've always seen it as a good supplement to aged tanks and Nurgle units - Not Khorne units. A Juggernaut is freshly forged in the Warp, emerging to do battle and then going back into the warp. A what time would it have time to actually develop verdigris? It seems.. like a unnecessary step unless your going for a weathered version of the model.