Finished the head on the new warboss. I think the main difference in the new model(s) aren't so much the amount of details as the depth of them, the deep areas just seem to go deeper. Can't really describe it better. Anyway, here he is....
Started the new warboss tonight. great model but a bit static so I'm twisting the arm up a bit. Here's where it's at right now... And I think I'm over my greenstuff nervousness, now I just need the experience!
Got the time last night to test out the GW washes, well, one of them, at least. Devlin Mud will become a very popular wash, I predict.
Here's my testa boyz. In the pictures below (fronts, then backs), the top two are unwashed (heh, aren't all orks?) with two different colored pants. Both are GW Foundation colors, Tausept Ochre, the other Calthan Brown. The bottom is my first wash with the Devlin Mud. I applied this by dipping my brush into the pot, then dipping it in a water cup and
Finished off the deff guns, as seen here. A pile-o-deff guns.
Ed and Ned here don't seem none too happy to be missin' their arms. Finished greenskins green.
I'm trying somethign different this time. I did a complete paint up of the skin since I wanted to blend (I use that term loosely on these) and wash using green ink. Now I'm going to try the new GW washes. I blocked out the rest of the model in the appropriate colors using only the GW
Got some time in on the deffguns this weekend and took a couple shots along the way. Tedious but worth it in the end, the details on ALL of the new or k models are astounding. Here's da lads noise makers with the red finished and the metals started. And a groups shot with all the metals finished.Here's a four-up showing more details of each gun type. At this point, all the red and metals are dine - I'm going back through and doing the skin and the nall the little details and doodads (and
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