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I have just finished a conversion of a wraith penetrating a ork, and the unfortunate ork got his hand cut off.
What I wonder, is how you paint sewered limbs.
I have done it before, painting the area pink with a grey dot in the middle as the bone, but it was`nt too good.
I also wondered if you got any ideas of how to paint blood when there is ALOT of it. Also , the ork has a red west.
That might be a problem.
"I keep the bible in a pool of blood,
so that none of it`s lies can affect me."
Do you mean severed? If you do, I usually shape some putty into thin strings, and attach them to the arm as veins, guts, etc. Then I just paint it red.
-Palpatine to Anakin in 1337 Star Wars Episode III trailerGo get 'em angst man!
Also, if you're really hurting for time and/or materials, you can use an old sprue. Simply twist it back and forth until you get something of a spiral patern, then heat it 'till it stretches and cut as needed. It looks just enough like actual flesh (when painted blood red) that nobody is going to jump on you for not having modeled every single vein and bone in the Orc's arm.
Oh, and it's pretty much free. So... many... sprues, hehe.
can your comp not do v's?
west and sewered i suppose u mean vest and severed
anyway for a realistic blood colour i usually mix a bit of chesnut ink in with
blood red, sometimes its good to flick paint onto the model to create a splatter
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