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    by Published on 02-04-2009 05:39 AM  Number of Views: 32279 
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    Starting to paint this model I had several considerations: to try new orc skin color scheme; to once again experiment with metal colors, which I must confess never were an easy thing for me; to document the whole process as this seems to became my habit already






    First off, the miniature has been cleaned up and primed with black.





    I’m used to paint orcs starting from their skin, this model is no exception. Catachan Green and Scorched Brown mix in 2:1 ratio has been used as a base layer. To highlight the details I have added some Chaos Black to this mix and washed the mini several times, while generally you could omit this step.





    I have used Catachan Green color for the first highlight and Catachan Green and Goblin Green mix in 2:1 ratio for the following highlight. I will limit myself to one picture here as both pictures do not differ much.





    After that I start working with the light. While my previous highlights have been done evenly all over the mini, now the highlights were put on more lighted areas only in ...
    by Published on 05-22-2007 03:37 AM  Number of Views: 48114 

    The Grey Wolf
    The Author is grateful for the help and support of all people participating in discussion of this mini at all stages of painting. In particular I would like to express my gratitude to Denis, aka Bad Russian Guy, without whom this article probably would never be written and Yurii, aka Skeeve, responsible for English translation and editing of this text.
    Instead of Introduction
    To start it all, for my minis I am using Citadel Color paints (GW). A number of people were asking whether is possible to use paints by other manufacturers. The simple answer is yes, it is possible. Andrea, Racham and Vallejo brands are as good as GW and are successfully used by many miniature painters. If you prefer paints by Vallejo you might want to use the table of correspondence between GW and Vallejo here. ...
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