I love the main colour scheme. I would consider washing and brightening up the arm pads though...Ryanhttp://ryanstactictalk.comhttp://ryanstactictalk.blogspot.com/twitter: rpthomps
keep the bases black IMOgives the models a very clean look, and means they can fit into any tablecolour scheme is also great, well done :)
are these the guys you want my bloodthirster to rip through!
I like how you have a mix of static plastics and dynamic metal models in the unit. It gives it a varied look that is pleasing to the eye. I love that deep red on the sergeant's demi-toga. The red and black are strong accents for your main color. (what color is that anyway?) Keep it up!
For the color I started out with a base of graveyard earth, then progressively added bleached bone to each successive drybrush layer. The last drybrush was just bleached bone. I love how it looks, but I'm wishing I had chosen a less time consuming method of painting my grunts lol...
I know what you mean. It's funny how there's this negotiation between a model looking good and taking too long to paint.It seems like there's a hint of green in the graveyard earth. I may have to pick up that color, I'm a fan of low chroma colors like vallejo's grey-green and light green-blue.