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Hello all. Got a couple of units of Nurgle knights, screaming at me for some paint. But frankly, I've got no idea how to set about it. I've looked around for some painting tips, but I've not really found anything solid. I'm looking for a dark green hue I guess, something diseasy and filthy. Any tips/advice/tutorials would be great
Check this out. If you're doing a whole regiment then I wouldnt go into this much detail but I foud that the scheme for the barding works realy well for me. Happy nugling!
Hm, can't open that site, getting a dns-error Edit: Working now, cheers
Last edited by Zarb; October 25th, 2009 at 20:44.
Just take a piece of paper and try some effects.
Browns, yellow ochre, greens
For nurgle i start with a green and darken it a bit with black (you can also use a dark brown instead of black) than highlight with normal green.
Than i will paint wet in wet with yellow ochre (bubonic brown) to add mudd on the lower end of the shield, cloak, boots.
Wash with chessnut ink/ogryn flesh wash/ devlan mud wash/ black ink you can go wrong with those.
If you like fleshtones for symbols etc. use dwarf flesh and dwarf flesh/red gore mix do a flesh wash with ogryn flesh, highlight with elven flesh mixed with a tiny bit of green in it to give it a sick looking fleshcolor.