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Post  ScottRadom on Sun Aug 10, 2008 3:45 pm

So I do have much more work to do to get my Nurgle Demonic army up to the point totals and unit selections I want. I picked up the Ultraforge Plague demon which I plan on using as either a herald on a palanquin (To account for the base size) or a Demon prince. Here's what I've done so far...

Top left is assembled, next I base coated the fleshy parts in Tallarn flesh. Then I painted in blotches 1/2 Foundation purple and 1/2 Tallarn flesh mixed for a diseased look then drybrushed on soem reaper colors, Moldy skin and bloodless skin. There's a close up showing how it looks at this stage. Now I need to apply the oil paint washes I've been using on my nurgle stuff, which will take 2-3 days to finish. So now I need to convert up some nurgle themed Furies and complete some beasts of nurgle (I'd like 5 beasts for big games!).

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Post  squalie on Sun Aug 10, 2008 7:20 pm

What do you mean, oil paint washes? And 5 Beasts of Nurgle?! Can't wait to see this finished, though.....

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Post  ScottRadom on Sun Aug 10, 2008 7:59 pm

I've been using a new technoque for painting up my Nurgle stuff. It involves using artists oil paint thinned to the point of it being the consistency of a typical acrylic style wash.

So why go through the trouble? Oil/turpentine washes have much less surface tension and run into the areas to be shaded much easier then Acrylic washes. I like the effect and you don't get the blotchiness you do with full strength gw washes or glazes. It's a snap to do and I'm pleased with the overall tone the models achieve. The oil paint seems to provide a depth to the color the acrylic's don't have. Or maybe it's the two mediums layered that does that? Don't know.

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Post  ScottRadom on Sun Aug 10, 2008 10:08 pm

Started my Chaos Furies "Conversion" today. Pretty weak conversion really, but I hate the existing fury models and wanted to nurgle up my flying boys any-whoo


As I say, pretty weak to even call a conversion. I didn't even pin the wings, but I am using JB weld on all but the first one I did which should be strong enough.

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Ultraforge Demon with the oil wash complete

Post  ScottRadom on Sun Aug 10, 2008 10:12 pm

Here's how that demon model looks after the washes are complete. Mostly browns and greens added.

Can't put any more paint on it for at least a day. Sigh....

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Post  Carson on Sun Aug 10, 2008 11:38 pm

Probably the best furies I've seen. The gw furies suck sack!

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Finished Ultraforge Demon

Post  ScottRadom on Thu Aug 14, 2008 2:03 am

Well I loved painting it, and I am pretty proud of the end result. Lots of pictures, beware!









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Post  Carson on Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:51 am

Yeah that is one sweet model, Probably looks more impressive once a person sees the size of it.

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