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I'm going a hole new route with nurgle and going with yellow power armor. Its going to be more of a decaying version rather then infested. I will post my tester soon, but have found that its tricky to pull this off as mine looks more dirty then curosive. If any can help me by links or models they done in a similar fashion i would be thankful and maybe REP?
Without green wash
with scorpion green wash(not fully dry but you can get an idea)
please note i will be using chaos models for the paint jobs and army is themed around imperial fists who joined papa nurgle.Also as of now which is better and help is still wanted for further improvements.
You've probably already thought of this, and since I've never attempted this, don't take this too seriously -
However, Paint the yellow as if you were doing an Imperial fist - and then wash it with Thraka Green and Gryphonne Sepia?
In my head it sounds good.
Since your minis are plastic, and you want the corrosive look, have you thought of using paint thinner to acid etch tpock holes into the armor?
Might be worth a try, but as for the painting.. The Yellow with a Wash should help make it look more corrosive. As well as highlighting the corroded parts with a an even darker color to show the burning.
as for which is better.. The top one is so far. Just need a brighter yellow.
Last edited by MarxusTharin; January 22nd, 2010 at 03:11.
Yellow can look gross and Nurgly if you drybrush it a bit. Paint the model a darker shade of yellow or yellow-brown. The drybrush it with a lighter yellow. After that apply a brown ink wash. They will then look grubby and dirty but still look like they are yellow.