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I have painted his right hand and added a color, mixed bleached bone with goblin green+ a little chaos black to get my warbosses skin. I made a color simular to dark angels green and that is 1 of my colors cuz i dont like any tribe colors so im makeing my own ork tribe. with my warboss ill also post a nob with him. pics on tomarow thx for your time and coments
He certainly is high visibility, I'ld certainly consider giving a wash of golden yellow over the yellow to tone it done and give it some shading.
He looks rather Bad Moon to me though.
Up, up and away!
Great job.. you should definately give the yellow a wash. I play a Bad Moonz tribe, and yellow is probably the hardest thing to paint on a black primer... cover in white, put on thin layers of yellow.. wash. bam.. yellow is done (for my standards).
I'm curious as to how your skin color will come out.. Post more pics!
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Dear All Concerned,
I do not believe it is the painting where you slip up:
Your camera is not focusing on the main figure in the picture, but instead on the background. If you click the macro button, it might help to focus on closer objects. Here is what it looks like (the little flower symbolizes the button)
Hope this helped! And I hope to see more!
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How many times have you painted before?
Ive painted 1 time before this an ork nob and it dident turn out right so i reprimed him.
Honestly, for me the best ork colour I've seen to date is the one they used for the Black Reach set presented in September's White Dwarf pg 5 and if I paint orks I'd want to paint them that colour. But that's just a matter of taste. If you like your colour, that's fine, just make sure to shade and highlight it a bit to bring it to life.
You seem to be able to stay within lines with your colours and that's very important, and based on the pics the coats seem thin enough, although hard to say.
And yeah, definitely gotta work on those photography skills
Stay patient and keep practising, that's the key.