Warhammer Chaos Nurgle Champion
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    This is my almost finished Nurgle Champion , my first Warhammer Fantasy mini ^0^ !

    My camera is poor so you can't really see the washes on the armor :'( .

    http://i992.photobucket.com/albums/a...s/DSCF2302.jpg

    http://i992.photobucket.com/albums/a...s/DSCF2314.jpg

    http://i992.photobucket.com/albums/a...s/DSCF2316.jpg

    Anyway , C&C are welcome .
    " ... and they shall know no fear ... "

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    nice work,maybe add some water to some green paint and give him a wash of that.
    and maybe some brown or smoke.good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmchaos View Post
    nice work,maybe add some water to some green paint and give him a wash of that.
    and maybe some brown or smoke.good job
    i'll second that
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v433/freak-in-a-cage/freakinacage-1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmchaos View Post
    nice work,maybe add some water to some green paint and give him a wash of that.
    and maybe some brown or smoke.good job
    I also agree with that.

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    Thanks for your replies .

    In fact I have already done 2 green washes and 3 brown washes but it's true that's he is a little bit too " clean " for a Nurgle Champion .

    I followed the paint scheme on this artwork ( taken from Mark of Chaos I think but I'm not sure ) :
    http://s992.photobucket.com/albums/a...r.jpg&newest=1

    I'm going to finish the base today and to re-wash this naughty boy ^0^ !

    New pictures soon .
    " ... and they shall know no fear ... "

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    " ... and they shall know no fear ... "

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    Painting the eyes and teeth something besides green would help this figure stand out a little more. Maybe adding more highlights to all the coloured areas? The metallics can only benefit from more shading, i reccommend thinning down paint really thin, then wiping your brush off till it looks like nothing is coming off, then shade the mini using that technique. Use a black colour to add depth. Specifically that ball on chain need more shading. Also highlighting all the other parts(as said earlier) would be beneficial. Even an edge highlight.

    Cheers. Gary.

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