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i like the original paint scheme for the nurgle Army (the light green)
but i was wondering what colors are used to become such colors
if anyone could help
i had an oop nurgel aspireing champ in my bits box and decided to paint it up. firstly i based him with camo green and then added more rotting flesh until i reached pure rotting flesh and then used my Grime wash which was basicly dark angels green, camo paint, chestnut ink and alot alot of water. i sotrta washed the model in that and it got a good look. ill post some pics just as soon as i find that camera *scrambles arownd in a pile of junk*
"Mr. Cypher please come out from underneath the table, the Dark Angels are not out to get you."
would be cool if you got any pictures but it goes the in the right way by the sound of it :w00t:
The original death guard color scheme is a bone/white armor with camo green trim. Metal and other accents are in gunmetal/silver.
Now if you are looking for a lighter green I would agree that starting with a camo and blending in first rotting flesh, and then either bone or white to the highlights you will get a nice muted green color.
I personally paint mine this way. First I base them in Cayman Green (vallejo game color), then wash them with brown ink. Next I start creating striation lines first with Cayman Green (VGC), next with camo green (VGC), and finally dead flesh (VGC).
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