Heres a picture of my finished warboss.
Hopefully there will be a bigger update next time, perhaps with something painted?
Looks fine great job on the horns, looking forward to seeing him painted.
Nice chariots! Also love the skin-colour of your goblins; how will you do the orcs?
where is that shaman from?
Nicely done... everything is great!
Hey there! Those are some nice Greenskins! I really like the skin tone (and the severed Dwarf heads) on the Gobbo Shaman. Can't wait to see the Warboss painted!
Thanks for all the comments they really helps me going on my orcs & goblins
@ noeste: I'll paint my orcs Like this, and for my black orcs i just added some black to the green wash.
@Asp: azhagmorglum is right, thats what i did.
I finished painting my warboss and the crew of one chariot and started on the others.
Next up it'll be some night goblins before starting on the giant, then some more night goblins, after that, the orc shaman, and then I'll probably paint some orcs boys.
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I like your "realistic" paint style, keep up the good work
That warboss looks stunning! The shield conversion is a great touch. How did you do the rusty armour? Do you think that you could do a tuturial? it's fantastic.
Great Warboss! I really like the weathering, especially the aged look of the bronze areas. How'd you do them?
Damn he looks nice!!!
Thank you all for the comments.
@ Velsharoon: Thanks, I've been slipping over from classic GW reds and bright colors to this, and i must say I'm happy with it. It's a nice change of pace of how i usually paint my figs, and it's great fun trying new things.
@ Dakkapantz: I'll try making a tutorial, but it's fairly simple. Bubonic Brown mixed with Snakebite leather, paint it on where you want it with a bit of water and soap, then feather it out a bit so it's not as solid a color. Then add orange and dabbed it on where you've painted the previous color.
Hope that made sense. I'll try to make a tutorial when i rust up my chariots.
@ Monsterzonk: Thank you. I paint the bronze, Brazen Brass, highlighted it with a mix of Mithrill Silver and Brazen Brass then a wash of Jade Green and it's there where I'm usually done, but this time i added skull white to the jade green and only adding it where i thought the corrosion would be heavy est, Trying to blend it a little so it wouldn't be any sharp changes in color. I kept doing that until i was satisfied with the result.
I Thought that I'de put up a picture of my warboss shield before I painted it.
great work! i love the warbosss shield!
The painted boss doesn"t dissapoint, as it would be expected from you malenky
Keep up your excellent work, and thanks for the tutorials !
I love that warboss Malenky, the metals really look good. The rust and the verdigris look great, and really contrast well with the smoothness of the skin. Awesome work.
i like the way you do your brass its easy i am going to be trying that out on my nurgle onec i get them because its a cool way to achive a weatherd look without any complicated processes cheeres dude. looks great i love the boss he looks mean keep it up.
Thanks for all the comments.
@ bob_the_small: Thanks, and it was easy to make to.
@ azhagmorglum: I hope that the tutorials helped.
@ whitewookiee: Thanks. I hope that it works out for the Nurgle one's, What are they by the way? Daemons, warriors or space marines?
Real life has been keeping me from the hobby but I've manage to paint a little anyway.
So Tomorrow I'll post some pictures of the finished second chariot and a PIP picture of my orc shaman.
The night goblins will have to wait as I realized that almost all of them needed cleaning,
But I'll try to paint some of them before starting on the giant or anything else.
I'll also try to post a picture tutorial of my rust technique in the near future, if any one is interested.