View Full Version : First Fire Warrior team finished

01-07-2013, 02:09
For the Greater good of my ego, I was able to complete my first team of Fire Warriors. Yeah.

Here is my Fire Warrior Team in the color scheme that is close to the original color scheme with a few modifications. Searching for an original color scheme, I made a complete run around to the basic color scheme. I used this graphic from the Web. Great site to check out of you are looking for a color scheme. These are the colors I could work with.

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m559/Francois_Leclerc/Tau%20Force/DailyColorScheme-Anightinthedesert.png (http://s1131.photobucket.com/user/Francois_Leclerc/media/Tau%20Force/DailyColorScheme-Anightinthedesert.png.html)

From there I ended up with this color scheme which is VERY close to the original Tau sept color scheme.

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m559/Francois_Leclerc/Tau%20Force/DailyColorScheme-AnightinthedesertTau1.png (http://s1131.photobucket.com/user/Francois_Leclerc/media/Tau%20Force/DailyColorScheme-AnightinthedesertTau1.png.html)

My Shas'Ui has bronze highlighted shoulder pads. I think it fits with the color scheme.

I'm providing two pictures. One from the front and from the the right hand side of the team. I took more pictures but they came out too blurry. I have to work on my photographic skills and setup.

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m559/Francois_Leclerc/Tau%20Force/ICTau2013_06D5.png (http://s1131.photobucket.com/user/Francois_Leclerc/media/Tau%20Force/ICTau2013_06D5.png.html)
http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m559/Francois_Leclerc/Tau%20Force/ICTau2013_06D6.png (http://s1131.photobucket.com/user/Francois_Leclerc/media/Tau%20Force/ICTau2013_06D6.png.html)

Praise, comments, criticism are welcome and sought. Thanks a lot.

01-07-2013, 22:25
Good start, the stereotypical tau colours look great! Maybe some close ups?

What's next on the painting table?

Asi the Red
02-07-2013, 04:21
They're looking alright, but I think shooting them on the table makes them look really orange in these photos. I'm not a lighting or photo expert, but try putting a sheet of white computer paper underneath them and another sheet behind them (I've seen that advice thrown out a couple of times I think, so it could help...).