Today I thought I’d show the Maggoth Lord Morbidex Twiceborn that I painted last month. I really liked all the Glottkin models as they had a lot of character to them and looking forward to future End Times releases. At the moment I’m working on several quite large Nurgle commissions, which should take me into the new year and hopefully I’ll get some photo’s up in the coming weeks of what I have done. Asides from that and getting ready for Christmas I’m interested in getting some of those new Blood Angel. Whats on your Christmas list this year?
Hey thanks WarHamster. I will at some point but need to catch up first on a bunch of work. Maybe over Christmas or the beginning of the new year.
Stunning! What coulour did you work with?
I do like the colours and effects but all looks way to much airbrushed and rushed with the brush workdetail almost ignored.
It took about 5 days which is quite long for me and the majority of it was painted by brush. I don't rush models and hopefully I'll please you next time.
I'm a huge Nurgle fan and that's stunning!!
Lovely work. Just awesome.
This is an outstanding paint job. Who are your artistic influences TEN?
Hey thanks 🙂 When it comes to painting models I'm a big fan of Simon Bisley (Slaine,ABC Warriors), bill sienkiewicz (Electra), frank frazetta and a lot of art work in movies. I really like the work of Wes from Stiff Neck Studio.
Any chance you can share what colors are being used here? Your Nurgle models are God damn amazing!
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Awesome! I wish you did some step by step pictures or a tutorial on how to do the skintones, tho. 😉