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Looking good so far. I like Nurgle with a white/bone base color. I have a dreadnaught or two painted up in similar colors and they turned out pretty nice. I would really like to see a better picture of this because I just love the FW nurgle stuff.
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Same as bobsacks, give us a better close-up. There is a guide somewhere around here on taking pics if you need help with that. I know sometimes you just snap a shot and it looks ok on the viewfinder and only later when it is full size it looks like crap. Whatever the case, get us some close-ups! It looks good from what I can make out though.
The one thing I see a lot of with nurgle armies is that they get so caught up with making them look run down ,dirty, etc that you really can't make out the details of anything and it just looks like a horrible mudball or something. Make it look run down, make it look like they have been doing battle for centuries, make them look diseased and rotting from the inside out, but know when to stop! Again, I really can't make a judgement on that until you get a better pic.
edit: @ new pics - Better, but I'd still like to see some close-up shots.
Last edited by paregoric_HAL; June 12th, 2009 at 15:13.
I tried to do close ups, but you couldn,t see the detail, so ive made the pics larger. I hope that helps a bit.
Looking good, like the green lower regions contrasted with the bone higher areas, it could really use a nice bright color on the eyes and zits, to really make the model pop! more.
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Used rotting flesh or bleach bone with a brown washe right? I would do some off colors but in the same tone as rotting flesh or bleach bone (ie mix a little of green/blue/red in to that color) then hit some spots for some contrast and brown wash again.
heavy drybrush camo green
heavy drybrush rotting flesh
wash badab black
drybrush bleached bone
wash devlan mud
So you were almost right
LOL to many layers of paint. Probably dont need the camo green... cause the washes obscure the darker colors in the end.