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This will be my Ork Project I started a while ago.
http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ml#post1125960 (Ork Project Log)
This was the first one... it's a bit lighter now...
I've almost painted up my first mob (yes I paint slow...). Pictures will come soon...
In a short time I'll be painting my first vehicle ever, an Ork Trukk. What brush should I use?
Pics coming soon
I've finished 9 Ork boyz now 75% on the tenth...then a nob.
If I'm done with that squad I'm going to build everything (more boyz, a trukk and a warboss..)
I've told myself to first finish painting my first 11 before building the others...
But I like painting them...but it takes so long...
And I have about 80+ Orks/Vehicles to paint for ToP. One ork takes 1-2 hours... A boy that is
I'll stop complaining now...
Last edited by Lord Adrianus; May 23rd, 2008 at 18:52.
My first squad is finished:
I really need someone who can photoshop so the pictures can be a bit more lightened up. I have more but those were to dark...
Ok, something went wrong, i'll put them in photobucket first
Adriaan94/Ork Boyz - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
This is the full album...some highlights:
The pictures are too large now. How can I change them to the rules? Mods?
edit Nr.2 :I've resized them
Last edited by Lord Adrianus; May 26th, 2008 at 15:19.
I'd really like some replies...
Seriously though, they are some nice Orks. Might I enquire about the method you used to paint the weapons, especially the ones in the 4th pic down, that blood looks great and you have the perfect amount of dirtyness on it.
More pics, NOW!!
Kabal of the Twilight Blade - Host of Tecpatl - Salamanders 3rd
Thanks a lot. You can see more pics in my album. This is all I've finished yet.
The next thing will be a warboss with a boxing glove...
The weapon is painted with boltgun metal, then washed with black.
Then it's drybrushed with boltgun (lightly).
Then I gave it 2 washes of Dark Flesh
I stippled it with Blazing orange after that.
Then it's drybrushed with chainmail
The blood is just done with some watered down blood red "splattered" on it with a old brush.
More comments please
No I just want to paint them all very different. That's probably why it takes so long....
any more comments, ideas?