What did you do for the 'dirt' on your cloaks?
And, did you apply Martian Ironearth thick or thin? Mine didn't seem to come out as good.
Been cheating here too
I bought Forge Worlds Weathering Powder some years ago. On the cloaks I used Dry Mud Weathering Powder.
I try to keep things simple and fast.
First game with the few units I had finished, combined with Militarum Tempestus and one inquisitor.
1000 pts vs Elysians and Astra Militarum.
Friendly battle, so nothing fancy. Was short on time so I didn't have time to take pictures, sorry.
Both of us rolled really badly, either to hit or to wound. My charges failed way to many times (even at dead obvious ones...).
What I did learn from the game was how to play the units for real and not on paper.
Obviously we are weak, with our T3. The Sicarians extra move really helps. Getting into cover and avoiding bullets in general.
Versus a deep striking army, the outflanking option was really great. I did end up on the wrong side of the table, but it saved them.
Taser goads... my gosh they are good. The surviving three infiltrators scored 15 wounds! Though he saved a huge amount with his 4+ save.
The Ruststalkers were much better than I thought. I thought they would be "overkill" and pointless in a battle vs his Elysians. But I had missed that the transonic weapons were AP5 in the first turn, which was enough against the unit I happened to charge.
Transuranic Arquebus I have mixed feelings for. Vs weak opponents I see no real point of it. Space marines are not the only army out there. On the other hand, the galvanic rifles were surprisingly good. I am considering to go for 10 men with galvanic rifles over the special weapon upgrade with Arquebus.
Arc rifles... If I hadn't missed so darn much I do believe they are extremely dangerous. The range makes them a good choice over the classical meltagun, combined with an omnispex it did really well for me.