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The painting for my friend's WoC Army continues. This is a sample Chaos Knight marked for nurgle. Would appreciate some input before I get started with the rest of the squad. This is Lord Dave, the first model I did for him: http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...aught-wip.html
And with no further delay:
Last edited by Mastershake; March 11th, 2009 at 01:41.
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very cool. Makes me want to start WoC.
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he looks really cool,
but i do have to say that he could perhaps do with a watered down wash of devlin mud in the cracks. alot of nurgle armout has brown in the recces.
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It looks really cool, there are just a couple things I noticed.
First off, I think you went to heavy with the (dark angels?) green ink. Although it adds neat shading some places, it doesn't really have the effect I believe you were going for.
What I'd recommend would be adding some watered down brown (someone said devlan mud) over the model.
Also, take the green you used for the armor, mix it 2 parts green, 1 part white (or bleached bone) and highlight the raised parts. This will add depth and contrast that Nurgle so desperately lacks.
Aside from that... I'm loving it.
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i like these colours good use of brown and green washes.i would add more brown washes personaly but it is a very good paint scheme.
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