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As it's my first post here i should say hello so... HELLO!
Now the mini. i have to say i'm disappointed by this GW model. Plastic Ogres are far much better sculpts. This didn't stop me from painting it though Metallic parts were first thing done cause this is what i realy like to do. I'm happy how the rust came out, oh yes i am Skin is my own mix of graveyard earth+black+white highlighted with dwarf flesh+white. Pants are liche purple+blood red mix which is the color for all red parts on my minis for sometime. Little Gnoblar was painted for dessert Yeah, this fellow is the best part of the model for shure. So here it is, Ogre Tyrant :
(more ogres coming soon )
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Very Very nicely painted.
I look forward to seeing more ogres like this in the future!
W/T/L- 85 Billion/1/4
the flab on the back is very well painted, good job and i hope to see more in the future...
"This sure ain't no pansy Eldar Armor, Son"
185th Cadian Armored Div.
"One Shot, One Kill"
Western Border Patrol of Athel Loren
Holly... That's awsome :yes:.
Nice piece.. I like almost everything except that the rust looks wierd.. the highlights is to extreme and it looks like it is scorched brown highlighted with bleached bone and that doesn't sound or look metal to me. Everything else I like, especially the red.
I must say I do half agree with Fanakka; the metal doesn't look very metally. But who says it has to be? It still looks very cool, and you could say it's your own type of metal or something.
The rust on all of the model (except for weapon tip) does look very cool, and I love the skin.
All in all, I really like it. What an LO debut!. :w00t:
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Thanks for your comments guys
@Fanakka - i know what u mean, but the thing is all metal parts are painted with mettalics it must be the light problem
hiw did you paint the metal?
Dnt judge my judgments plz
Its not my fault, blame some other guy
that is some real sharp painting