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Nice, maybe more shadow to the skin / flesh of the orc.
But nice job mate.
I base coated the skin with Snot Green, did a wash of thraka green, then applied a highlight of goblin green. I am not sure how to make the shadows more noticable without making it seem even darker than I think it is..
I guess I could be a little more liberal with the goblin green to make the lighter areas seem even lighter?
Nice work indeed. If you were to make it darker try successive washes with Thraka green the highlight the raised areas. At least that's what I'd try first.
All in all a very nice model there.
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Nice work. I prefer the fantasy Orc myself, but it is always fun to see a Greenskin with a cyborg arm and a repeater pistol.
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Like Justice said you need to increase the highlights on the ork's skin its far too flat at the moment, try adding either a little scorpion green or a little bleached bone to the goblin green and then layer up adding ever increasing amounts to bring out some muscle definition. Other than that nice neat paint job
How can you paint the smallest bit of detail? What brush do you use for the very small parts?
I have a 5/0 brush, but I have used 10/0 Brushes that have been thinned as well.
I manage with a bracing technique to keep my hand stable and alligned.