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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-27-12, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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A couple of my Nurgle Models



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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-27-12, 10:28 PM
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Wrong section to post in my friend.
But look very nice
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It is indeed looking pretty good. Though, I would nurgle up the weapon a bit more. Though, that's my preference.

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I would personally pull off the sword from the prince and re-glue it so the chains are pointing directly downwards. The position it is currently in is ruining the dynamic and gravitational feeling of the cast.

The paint job is excellent, though. Strong drybrushing work gives nurgle the look you want. The left leg-guard is also a nice touch. The desert yellow helps to compliment the green and break it up a bit. The sword also looks far too clean. It definitely needs a healthy drybrushing of browns and greens.

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Moved to Modelling and Painting.

They look good mate. The greens look very good but I'd agree with BloodAngel in that the weapon could do with a bit more of a 'Nurgle' look. The same could be said of some of the other metal colours. Perhaps some rust/verdigris?

Still, nice job.

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