You can see them in all their glory over on the Eldar page!
But first, remember this little guy?
|You can see the film around the edges.|
I wanted to make some changes, though. I came to the conclusion that the squad markings that I had placed on the legs of my Ultramarines was too difficult to see when I had multiple squads in close combat, making it too difficult to see who was in each squad. To fix this problem, I'm going to be painting the roman numerals onto the shoulder pads, next to the squad markings.
Lastly, I'll be continuing to paint the colors on the rims of the shoulder pads according to what company they're in, adhering to the Codex Astartes in true fashion. Years down the road, when I've completed the entire chapter, this will look amazing, I think.
So without further ado, here are the results of my most recent painting test:
|The whole model|
|I'm considering using sculpted symbols just|
for the first company. I haven't decided yet.
|This is what my chapter symbol is going to|
|You can see how I'm putting the squad|
numbers on the shoulder pad this time.
|Sometimes, I had to remove some of the|
tactical markings (this one is an assault
marking) so the squad number would fit.
|You can see how I had to remove some of my|
devastator marking to fit this number in too.
|Scouts don't get a color or a symbol. They just|
get a large roman numeral for a squad number.