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Does anyone know how the 'Eavy Metal guys paint their Death Guard? The example on games-workshop.com stinks. This is the first army I'll have that I'm giving every guy individual attention and the time committment from doing a 'Eavy Metal quality job doesn't scare me. Any help would be appreciated.
Well i haven't painted Death Guard but i have painted some Nurgle Fantasy Chaos Warriors. Usually a green color or a pale flesh tone works well for the base coat. Then highlight stuff like normal, then give it an ink wash of some watered down Dark Green Ink. Then, once that dries use a long tipped brush and dip it in brown or chestnut ink. Now splatter the ink all over the mini, it will give it a rotting, oozing, and very disgusting look to it. Hope this helps.Originally posted by khariq@Aug 31 2004, 10:51
Does anyone know how the 'Eavy Metal guys paint their Death Guard? The example on games-workshop.com stinks. This is the first army I'll have that I'm giving every guy individual attention and the time committment from doing a 'Eavy Metal quality job doesn't scare me. Any help would be appreciated.[snapback]205519[/snapback]
It's not Raymond Luxury Yacht, It's pronounced throat wobbler mangrove.
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My elvish name is Maeglin Meneldur.
The splatering technique looks great on plague marines. Check out White dwarf #282 page 74. Andy hoare wrote a painting workshop article on Plague Marines.
Grrr.... I've got a ton of WD but not that one, I'll get it with my next order. Splatter technique looks good. I'll post pics later.
first color- base coat it snot green leaving all cracks black
2nd- mix snot green and camo green and do another coat buut leave a tiny bit of the dark green left
3rd- repeat witha mix of camo and rotting flesh, and finnaly highlight with pure rotting flesh. all of this is done leaving a tiny line of the last color used.
4th finnaly paint the gun and other metalic details how you wish.
pictures up soon- GK
Method 1- Dark angels gren drybrushed with bestil brown washed with dark green ink
Method 2- Dark angels green drybrushed with camo green washed with chestnut ink
method 3- Use the search engine. From memory there are several topics on this.