Almost there! I just need to paint the turret and add some decals.
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Cheers, I added secondary colours like purple and turquoise to my Eldar to make them look more alienated and enigmatic in contrast to e.g. Marines, where I use bold primary colours. Eavy Metal uses purple on their Saim-Hann models as well, I think it enrichens the red colour scheme.
It's very striking… I'm just not sure that I love it. 🙂
I like the way it looks. Like you said, it makes the cockpit look a little alien and otherworldly.
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The pink is painted very nicely, but the color doesn't seem to mesh with the rest of the model. Perhaps it's something to do with color theory, but for some reason, it just doesn't look quite right to me.
Great skill though!