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As the title says I need help refinging my paint scheme for my BFG ships.
First off just so every one knows what the ships look like, click here .
What I am thinking of doing right now is starting with wite primer, then a dark brown fallowed up by a lighter brown. Then a several layers of bleached bone dry brush leaving a little brown around the edges.
For the raised areas start with warlock purple then a 50/50 highlight of purple and white.
On the metalic area's I'm thinking of doing boltgun metal and chest nut brown ink
I have also added some "fungus patches" with greenstuff like here. Wich I think I will start with a dark green and work up to either a snot green or scorpion green.
Any ideas about further nurgleizations and painting tips will be apriciated.
Also this paint scheme is based of off this guy's work.
00:12:50-) (+Hard_Aun|sleepage) anyway, three months back i got out of bed and came downstairs loud, fast and naked with a club
I like the color scheme on the death guard, and if you can transfer it well it should look great. I never thought that purple and green would go together well, but they look very good in those shots. Now all you have to do is decided which cruisers to field.
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Ink washes are your friend. Black and Chestnut ink are especially good for painting nurgle. Black by itself makes good shading, Chestnut by itself makes good blood, and a mix of the two makes a good nasty looking brown.
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After thinking last night bout the fungus on that R. Powell did on his Death Guard, I think how he did the fungus was a mix of colors. From what I could see on his Dreadnought the colors he used was a mix of vermin brown, camo green, and some other browns. With the process of that he hit some areas with a very, very light drybrush of rotted flesh. Sorry if I am vague on that, but that is what I can point out on the fungus.
I hope you have fun painting the nurgle ships and show us pics ^_^
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I love his webdesign. *view/source, Ctrl+c, notepad, Ctrl+v*this guy's work.
Maybe I'll use that has a template for my own site, changing the style to fit my army..
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