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See the original thread over in the modelling forum if you want to see the stuff that came before this.
I've been painting Wurrzag, though slowly, because I've also been playing the greenskin campaign in DoW: Soulstorm. There's a lot still to do, but we're getting there.
I'm mostly trying to get the basics on him, but it's a pain in the rear because there's so many nooks and crannies that I have to get at! I would have loved to be able to paint him in separate pieces, but I guess I'll deal with 'em as best I can.
Wurrzag himself is maybe 1/3 done. The grots and base haven't even been started yet. Ugh!
You'll have to put up a shot of your entire army when it's all converted and painted...your work is just too cool!
The Emperor set a fire in their hearts that they might burn the iniquitous and the impure from his sight. And the light of that flame shall be as a beacon to the faithful, a light that shines in the darkest places.
Not much to say so far, definitely a great start. Hopefully using those washes will be easier and help your usual lack of desire to paint. Keep it up.
i can't think of enough positve adjectives to describe this. well done, mate
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loooking good! I think you should make a gargrim model next, while you still have this wonderful momentum going.
That's rather lovely so far (remember that his stick has to be copper) does he lose the mask after gettin' hit though? (Crash Bandicoot reference)
Up, up and away!
I belive you've said you don't like to paint? Well, for someone who don't like to paint, you're damn good...
Currently painting the Waaagh! of Warboss Borboss - Goff and Evil Sunz warband
Last edited by Hemogoblin; July 9th, 2008 at 16:31.
More painting progress on 'em, though truth be told it feels a bit sloppy. I broke down a bit towards the end there, on the spot behind where the ball and chain hang from his waist. I couldn't figure out what most of the details in that area were supposed to BE on that original model. They're not modelled particularly clearly, largely because on the stock model you have a grot hanging off the weirdboy right at that spot. Eventually I just figured the unknowns would get painted brown so they'd blend in with his cloak.
He's at what I would call a tabletop standard, at least, so I'm happy with 'em so far.
I have no idea how to paint his staff right now. I was going to do boltgun metal for the staff's rod itself and copper for the wires, but I don't quite know what to do with the glyphy sides around the skull. The fish'ead shield drone will probably be pretty stock looking (tau-ish tan), with the addition of some sort of glyph painted onto the smooth inner part.
Right now I'm thinking the staff's lightning bolt parts need to be done up in a red or yellow. Leaning towards red, because I hate painting yellows.
Anyway, I'd love feedback.
nice! i think the 'unknowns' do blend in nicely with the cloak. I guessing you are useing the same skin method as with booma?