A slowly growing Waaagh!


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Post Mon Dec 07, 2015 8:00 pm

Re: A slowly growing Waaagh!

I'm envieous of your skill. Wonderful stuff.
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Post Tue Dec 08, 2015 12:55 am

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This is brilliant.
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Post Tue Dec 08, 2015 12:11 pm

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Really cool texture on the skin and hood of Spikk. Very good show!
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Post Tue Dec 08, 2015 8:45 pm

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Very nice work indeed. I'm hoping to see more soon, but understandable that it takes a while to paint to that standard!
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Post Wed Dec 09, 2015 10:14 am

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Thank you all for your kind comments
I've already started to work on the 3rd guy of this regimental base...I hope to speed things up a little bit this time
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Post Wed Dec 09, 2015 10:47 am

Re: A slowly growing Waaagh!

What greens are you using Tex?

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Post Wed Dec 09, 2015 11:24 am

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Citadel Collector wrote:What greens are you using Tex?


Hi, Steve
My skin recipe is:
-old dark angels green or orkhide shade (or whatever they call it now-I find the new one is better, actually, as orkhide shade's finish was very dependent on the thinner they put in the pot: it could result in a very flat grey or in a clear bluish green)
-goblin green
-bilious green (or -to save the original- Vallejo livery green, which has a stronger pigment)
-bilious green+skull white (I like my orc skin a little cartoony)
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Post Wed Dec 09, 2015 11:29 am

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Tex wrote:
Citadel Collector wrote:What greens are you using Tex?


Hi, Steve
My skin recipe is:
-old dark angels green or orkhide shade (or whatever they call it now-I find the new one is better, actually, as orkhide shade's finish was very dependent on the thinner they put in the pot: it could result in a very flat grey or in a clear bluish green)
-goblin green
-bilious green (or -to save the original- Vallejo livery green, which has a stronger pigment)
-bilious green+skull white (I like my orc skin a little cartoony)


Cheers!

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Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:05 pm

Re: A slowly growing Waaagh!

After more than two years
a house move
two painting station changes
two painting posture changes

I'm almost there

Stay tuned
(but keep your expectations low, as I specifically chose the most unexceptional, plain orc out there to finish it rapidly :lol: )

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Post Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:05 am

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As promised, these are some (poor, out-of-focus, a little overexposed) pictures of Bruk.

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In my limited understanding of photographic stuff, I don't know why the pictures turned out so bad: the camera is the same from last time and I even tried to follow a tutorial (I suspect I'm better at improvising rather than planning).
I'll try to take some better ones asap, at least to show off my collection of evocative backdrops.

Comments and critics are welcome.
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