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Friday, September 18, 2009

Oldies but goodies: Leonardo's boys - GW Empire gun crews

I took this pic for a Warhammer forum; But after I took it, I realized, these were the very first figures I repainted in my grand Empire repainting project. And after getting this second look at them, I think they turned out all right! The tan-blue palette seems to work well, and I think this is a good example how a limited palette can unify a military unit despite the different pattern/uniform schemes (take note army painters.)
This crew goes with my watchtower (found elsewhere on this blog); the palette for my army proper consist of red, black and white. I differentiate my regiments by plume color.

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