There isn’t really all that much to say. This mini, despite maybe being a less complex cast than his three colleagues, is a blast to paint. I played around with various techniques and paints and did some stomach-turning research via image search engines.
I hope that you like the model. If so, or if not, either way, let me know via the comment!
P.S:: Take note of the little entrails-hugging Nurgling in the front! 😉
- Colonel Winterborne
Really impressive stuff, I think the research paid off with the open wounds. That is a disgusting paint job (in a good way!)
Thanks for the comments, guys! 🙂
- Luis Nieves
This is a favourite model of mine… come to think of it, a lot of the ones I like are nurgle… but I don't own any of them! or even a nurgle unit, let alone army! This is a very inspirational paint job! well done and well executed.
- Gary Therkildsen
Absolutely disgusting, which is a good thing. Whatever research you did paid off, because the use of different shades of grey, green, red, and yellow really come together to make the demon's flesh look rotten and diseased. Well done!
Wow, great work – suitably revolting.
Fantastic pictures too, you can see more detail here than on the FW site!
Nurgle would be so proud of you!
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The red sores around the open wounds are my favourite.
The lack of fresh blood gives the impression of a dried up husk.
I really like your paint job Sigur. It's one of your best. You're making me excited about starting a chaos force!