Friday, February 7, 2014

Old stuff resurrected

Here's some quick pics of a forge world Nurgle dread I had hiding in my bits box. I gave it few lovely washes and glazes from my ink collection, and voila. Purge!






(I'm not really a big fan of this dread, there's just too much stuff going on... Note the plague bearer emerging from the filth - I guess he forgot his left arm at home.)

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  1. Wow, those are great! I plan on painting some plague bearers this year and I'm going to use this as inspiration!

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    2. Thanks fella! I stole that obvious yellowish csheme from Tamurkhan book - I fell in love with the yellow approach and I see it works great also with 40K world.

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  2. This is bloody great! The corruption is almost breathable in these. You made the process of painting the big guy so easy, but I can't help but think that there's more than meets the eye. Damn man!

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    1. Well, to be honest there's some sponged bleached bone all around which made the effect look as it is... Painting with acrylic inks makes the process faster and kinda keeps your motivation alive when you don't have to make 2-5 coats of yellow to make it look right - for me fast working is almost the most important aspect keeping painting fun and simple. Liquitex acrylic inks rule!

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  3. Always nice to see the Grandfather's forces grow in number! Really nice looking work there sir!

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  4. Wow! Now that is suitably slimy and putrid. I'm loving the bases too :)

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  5. That's pure filth! ...... I love it :-)

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  6. So filithy, so grimey and so wonderfull <3 you sure know how to paint your PBs matey

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