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A little companion for my Big Boss (Fenryll miniature) and some modifications for the Nob and Boyz' shoulders (in checkerboard pattern' Truk).

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The checkers look great! You can't get enough checkers if you are a Goff
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Some Burnas :



And some Death Skulls Lootas :

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Awesome work, as always. Love the dirty feel of the metallics and the skin tone is perfect.

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brilliant work. +Rep for sure

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Speechless, the heavily armoured boys are the nuts.
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How do you do your metals?

On the subject of Rat Ogres:
But if we give them laser eyes and mounted guns, we'll have to bring in Clan Skryre, and everyone knows how much those limp-tailed snuff addicts overcharge.
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How do you do your metals?
Well, I use of Boltgun Metal (with pinch of Chaos Black in). And Badab Black Ink.
When dry, I use a very diluted juice made with Vermin Brown, Scorched Brown and lots of water.
Then dry again : mat varnish.
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Those are fantastic! Same with everyone else, the Grey Nobz are brilliant. How did you do the yellowed cloth colour for the burnas? Snakebite leather with Devlan Mud wash? It's really good!

Oh, and the Lootas are awesome too.

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How did you do the yellowed cloth colour for the burnas? Snakebite leather with Devlan Mud wash?
Many thanks for your comments, all.

For the clothes : Tauset Ochre or Iyanden Darksun, with Devlan Mud wash, yes. And after, my brown juice, like i explain above. That's all.

If I wanna paint all these miniatures, I must use Speedy Gonzales' methods.
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