You probably want something lighter than dark flesh, maybe start with graveyard earth, this is a good base colour for paler shades, and covers fairly well. I think a grey may look too cold for that shade of armour.
I'd start it from a white spray, then use REALLY watered down Dheneb Stone-- remember, Foundation Paint is pretty thick. Highlight it with Bleached Bone and then Skull White on the extreme edges. Then, it's just a question of playing with inks and applying the appropriate brown, green, and red stains.
As a modelling note, I'd cut into their feet to make cloven hooves. Kind of fits with the name, and if nothing else, is very Nurgle-y.
This is a quote from the book they hand out at GW "we will help you and provide you WITH PAINTING ADVICE" so all u need to say to them is ":threaten:tell me now or i will phone the manager to fire you!:angry:" cruel i know but its about grabbing life by the horns :biggrin: and they will be like :shok: "OK we will tell you but dont fire us please!" capish problem solved.
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