Thursday, April 4, 2013

Guard Tank Paint Scheme

I finished my first tank for my imperial guard portion of the Knights Angelus.  I'm going to use this as a template for all the rest of my vehicles.  I really want to tie my main imperial force together so this is it!  Only downside is this scheme takes me about 10 times longer to paint then my old desert scheme.  I think it's worth it though.





 

Here's a shot of how it pairs up with it's marine buddies.


Big question, I want to start up on my vendetta and rest of the air-force.  Should the vendetta be in the same color scheme as the guard or it's own air-force color scheme?  Not sure if I would consider it more of a support helicopter or more in the role as a plane? 

So much guard to paint in less then two weeks.  36 guardsmen is first on the docket, but am painting the manticore at the same time. 

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    1. Thanks Greg, we need to get a game in!

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  2. It's nice to have a uniform looking army, but at times, certain units do need a coat of unique paint. I feel that first you should decide what kind of role the Vendetta is probably going to have, and then decide if it should just take on the colour scheme you've got going here, or its own.

    By the way, this is a brilliant paint job. The colours go well, and I feel that the vehicle has been expertly painted. You've put a lot of attention into it.

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