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So here goes. I been painting Eldar guardian for the past month (and only managed to finish 4 so far), and i felt like i needed a break. So here comes the Ogre.
I'm attempting something i've never done before : using Green Stuff. My goal is pretty simple, i want to make Ogre that actually look like they're from the mountain, so i though about fur, pelt and the like.
I made my first attempt ,and i'd like to get some feedback. Both shoulder are being made with different style, to make it look like both are from different animal (one with long hair , and one with shorter hair)
I kinda like the result (could use a head on the pelt), but i'd like to know what everyone think about it, if its looking good, or if its just my tired eyes that want to convince me that i've spent the past 3 hours doing something that look ok.
Last edited by Enkiel; November 22nd, 2008 at 21:09. Reason: Turning this into a WIP project.
Great Scott! I must say, sir, that I find myself rather flustered that this is your first go at green stuff!! If so then you are truly gifted... *begins research on brain transplanting*
just make it look as though the cape is fixed to something on his shoulder/chest and you're finished!!
Great great work you've go there!! keep it up!
Last edited by Karmoon; November 22nd, 2008 at 22:57.
thanks. But i dont think its that good yet.
as for fixing it up, i'm gonna get some rope between the two as soon as it cure (afraid to touch it right now)
Maybe also some kind of round mini maw to put on each side of the rope (so it appears "pined" there)
Looks very good, very promising
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And yes, that green stuff work is incredibly impressive!
Out of interest, what's the pink stuff in those tubs? Looks kinda tasty!
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
And i did some more work on my Bull.
First i added some "depth" to my first one, and i also added a first piece of fur around the boots.
Then i started my 2nd one, using harder green stuff, and making it a bit thicker to see what the result would be. I'm liking it so far, but i'm afraid the pelt is gonna be very hard to paint (lack of detail to ink).
Anyway, here's 4 more pictures i took of my work so far.
So far i'd say i've been working on this non stop for close to 8 hours....
nice work Enkiel, so is this going to be an army or just a one off modeling experiment???
its just that a whole army of these pelted ogres would look really cool.
keep up all the cool GS work,
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I hope this does turn into an army becuase being a die hard ogre player Im really interested in what you have done,
so got any fluff for these dudes?
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So i guess they'd be some type of caravan attacker. Haven't really put any though about them (after all, i purchased the box thursday). All i know is how i want them to look.
I strongly advise you save this article before it dissappears from t'web forever. Games Workshop Australia
There is a section regarding fur and other very useful techniques as well. Hope it helps! I must say thought that your's are looking very good anyway!