Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
Wow these look really nice!
One thing I might do is have a play around with the hair on the heads and the skin tones, they seem to kind of blend into one and be very simmilar to me - but that might be a trick of the camera rather than how they look in real life.
Having not seen your work before I saw the first picture and thought 'wow this guy is awesome'... so that speaks to the quality of what you've done keep it up!
'War does not determine who is right, only who is left'
I am President of the Brunel University wargames society - PM me if interested.
Nice, I really like how original that color scheme is. The green looks surprisingly good, despite making the Mino look a bit like the Hulk (purple fur ftw)
My only real criticism is that your ink needs a little work. Try fewer coats of less ink, I can see spotting where the ink didn't sink into the creases but just laid there too thickly. It's more obvious on Hulk, but it's also pretty rough on the Gor on the far right, around his ribcage.
No Devlan love on the metal? It looks like you got the weapon handles, and maybe their red cloth, but hit their weapon blades and their gold armor too. It'll help bring out the joins between the gold armor, dirty up the silver, and make the blood look a little more realistic. Getting their clothes too would help dirty them up some- they look clean, especially for Nurgle.
Your basing is AMAZING though, I must say. I saw it and no joke, I smelled earth and decaying leaves. How did you do that? It looks very very realistic.
I have the Fantasy GW Basing kit slate mixed with the sand glued on with elmers glue, then I primer the model (white), chaos black over the base, drybrush bestial brown over the whole thing, drybrush goblin green over where you want subtle moss, then drybrush scorpion green over the places you want it to look really slimey and moss like, then next I used the 'ard coat (gloss varnish) in the low points as well as on the edges of rocks for the slime effect.
And I am almost done with my next minotaur, just gotta finish up the basing! (the best part ) I will try out making the weapons a little more dirty with some muddy goodness.