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Corvus' WIPs

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Posted a quick proof-of-concept here http://www.chestofcolors.com/forum/view ... =37&t=6074 a while back, but work on the 'real' unit has advanced a lot.

Here's a group shot of all figures with their basecoat and shading done, then one Terminator with his armour completely done.

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That's looking very good and has a nice weathered look about it, could definately be used for plague marines/deathguard too.
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Actually, you see this technique more often used on Death Guard models. Works okay with these too, gives them a battleworn gritty look.
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yeah, when I first saw them I thought: Nurgle. :D
they look interesting even if they're not like what comes to my mind when I think Deathguard.
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I've been thinking about applying the same streaky technique to Nurgle: brown-red basecoat and then streaking with green mixed in, should be worth the try in my opinion.
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I rather like deathguard in bleached bone :) but i think you should try it and see
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While the streaky look seems to fit a Nurgle marine better I think that this could end up being a very cool take on the Deathwing.
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add scratches and damage and they can be really nice weathered deathwing veterans, indeed!
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quick (and quite dark) picture after I've finished the red. The green areas are also blocked out with the basecoat already.

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The red parts make them look pretty oldschool :D And they're more raspberry-colored than red. Yum yum!
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