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I am planning to expand my O&G horde by going all night goblin on my enemies' rear end.
However, looking at it, I realise that there is a LOT of painting to do ahead of me if I choose to go down this path.
What is the best way to quickly paint a goblin horde? Any helpful links? When I search for speedpainting in the painting forums I don't find any relevant results...
Speed painting is all about putting down base colors...
This will result in very little detail work, and a lot of drybrushing.
Start by getting 10 miniatures...
Select the first Base color, and apply it one at a time until all 10 minis have the single coat.
Select the next Base color, and repeat the above step.
Select the third base coat, repeat above step..
Now start back over with the first base color and apply a second coat and continue with the other colors..
This allows you to get an army on the table quick, but doesn't look great.
Using the dipping method after this can produce some great results, and drybrushing small details will make them stand out..
However if you want, you can always come back later and use washes and inks, and apply your own highlights.
My friend, you've come to the right place. I've painted about 200 goblins since new year (including 2 months off with no painting).
I don't have a full painting guide up and running yet but here's my Plog-
http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...-workdesk.html (The Monkey's Workdesk)
It includes the first part of getting the army up and running. Hopefully I can add some more over the next week or so. All I'll say for now is that foundation paints and new GW washes are the business when it comes to army painting.
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Thanks Paintmonkey! Looks nice.
I'm looking forward to the next installment, leading up to the finished gobbo!