Today I thought I would show the finished Forge World Great Unclean One that I showed as a WIP a few weeks ago.
I have painted this model many times now and still never get bored of working on him. The sculpt of the model has to be one of my faviourites by Forge World and assembly is very straight forward. For the Blood effects I used Tamiya clear red mixed with black ink and for the innards area I used GW Nurgles Rot. What do you think?
Hey Hari, yeah thats Mig rust pigment on the sword as well as oil paints. I also used pigments on the base.
Awesome work on a great model. Good choice of tones that all blend together, but emphasis what they need to.
That is absolutely disgusting
That thing looks revolting, in a good way though 🙂
Incredible….congratulations and thanks for sharing!
Would love a tutorial of how you use the pigments
I guess I could do an article on this in the future.
That is stunning. At first I thought it was a painting and not a painted model. Beautiful work!
Dude you are the master of Nurgle.
With the white face now, this model reminds me of John Leguizamo as Clown/Violator in that awesome/awful Spawn live action from the 90's.
The green guts coming out are simply amazing too – a great contrast to the darker colors on the rest of the model and really keeps drawing my eye. Kudos!
Any chance you will make any more tutorials? Love watching them. I love your gritty/realistic style. Would be epic to see a tutorial where you are using reds on/and metallics.
Not painting/playing myself, but I used to 10 years ago. Now I just enjoy watching pros paint.
Awesome stuff, and please make a tutorial or two (or more 🙂
It's my wife who used to make the painting videos. I know she will be making more, but she's currently tied up with a lot of work. I'm sure when she has more free time she will do more.
Would lovet to see you make a tutorial on some of your Nurgle models. Something like Putrid Blightkings, Daemonspews or Glottkin. What colors You use for body and which for blood/mouth part.
Im pretty sure you can find most of everything you need to know from the Nurgle herald tutorial.
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Looks very cool.
I particularly like the the gloss black around his feet and the nurgles rot in the guts.
Did you use pigments for the rust effect on the sword?