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There amazing great work, nice GS skill you have
Thats some impressive Greenstuff work on the first Tyrant. I'm creating a Butcher form Greenstuff myself, and thats given me a standard to aim towards!
The painting is pretty excellent too. I like the colour scheme on the Ironguts particularly.
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They are lovely models! I love your conversions and green stuff work. By the way, how did you do the skin colours? im interested for my new O&G giant?
Keep up the amazing work!
I really like the paintjob, the tyrant is fantastic. I can see before me this huge Ogre army stomping everything in it's way, you have really given this one your personal touch. just one noty here, the Goblin Green Base Edges isn't my favorite, I can't see it fittin with the rest of the bases, You could give 'em a more brown colour next time:yes:
First layer - Dark flesh.
Second Layer - Bestial Brown.
Third Layer - 2 parts Bestial Brown/1 part DwarfFlesh.
Fourth Layer - Same mix as last layer but lightened a little with Elf Flesh, best to use spare paint pots for each seperate mix to save having to mix again.
Fifth Layer - Dwarf Flesh.
Final Highlight - Rotting Flesh.
This can be very time consuming if you use it on all your models in an army. I have found that if you drybrush all of the layers on and then paint on the last highlight of rotting flesh, it can help speed up the painting of non-character models and doesn't look too bad.
Wow, these are gret quality models, I myself am a "newb" when it comes to GS, although I have been gaming for 6 years. Well this will give me something to aim for.
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