And who would've thought you'd be able to get a proper skaven feel with pink armour, eh?@Saim-dann
Thanks for the advice, but as you can see, I've already decided on the bases now (and a third fur color too, which is kind of a mix between the previous two). There is some green on it (in the form of moss) and plenty of blood too, so I hope you enjoy them even though I settled on a cave interior.@Cav
I've never been a fan of Dwarves, for some reason, in any kind of game (whether it be warhammer or D&D). But I'm glad you like my color choices. (the edited image of the whole team has a better representation of the true colors I think)
I've painted all the armour in pink, so the stormvermin just have a ton of pink (as they're in a ton of armour) and the gutter runners have no armour at all. I like how this makes them stand out in the team, they're like extra stealthy. The only 'downside' with taht is that I have no armour plate to paint their player number on, but as I intend to add those to the bases when I'm done painting them anyway I've stopped worrying about that.
Now, as said before, I was going to test their warpstone smoke and fire out on different models. While I started painting green smoke/fire on there, I suddenly had to stop, as it may present a solution to one of the few dilemmas I still had left on those models. So here they come.
Death guard! Yes, I got Dark Imperium, because I wanted the book anyway and these models just looked tooooooo sexy.
The characters from the set.
And for good measure, the plague drone.
As you can see, I have painted their armour much lighter than you usually see done by games workshop. I wanted them a bit closer to their original pre-heresy theme, but not quite as clean anymore.
I was on my way to painting parts of the cabling and especially the plasma weapons in a glowing green to tie them in to my Thousand Sons...
... when something jumped out to me. With this green color, I was reminded of their green armour trim of the heresy era! Would it work if I kept a green around this hue as a color, but then in all their cloth - cloaks, loincloths, hoods, etc. or would this be too much, too invasive? Would like to hear your thoughts on it!