The end is nigh! Sorry, I mean the end is near! Half way through these little blighters. Once this batch is complete I will have 40 Gretchin painted and it will be time to start the Orks.
Would anyone be interested in a painting tutorial for this scheme? I can apply this scheme to one of the 2nd edition orks and use that for the tutorial. It would translate easily to the newer models.
I'd love to see some Ork tutorials. Please make it so!
Glad to see you are plugging away at this! Nearly there! Keep it up!
Yes please. And I would like to ask if you also paint an ork bike. The old one. Most of these old orks and bikes look awful, but you make them very nice.
Hello, I commented on your website a while ago asking for some direction in some painting tutorials for Imperial Guard, you offered to make a tutorial if I sent you a figure, and I turned your his offer on the grounds that I had already found some suitable tutorials. I then watched this battle report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I64qaKknZE and fell in love with his imperial guard color scheme, I found a tutorial for the tanks, but I have no idea how to paint the guardsmen, I was wondering if you could provide some insight into how they could be painted?
I was thinking of :
painting the faces following your tutorial,
painting the cloth grey,
painting the metallic areas with ironbreaker,
painting symbols with celestra grey
edge highlighting the armor with mechanicus standard grey
What are your thought on this? What would be a good process for painting the cloth? I was thinking about painting it with dawnstone, and then washing it with nulin oil
I would love to see a tutorial just for the rust effects (which have come out amazing) I know you have mentioned how to do it but actually seeing the steps can make all the difference. I want to try this on my Hobbit goblins weapons.
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Tutorial? Do we need ask? Get to it my good man!