my first ork, and iv pushed my weathering techniques. dont think he looks too bad, just got to finish the other bits off then think of wot to do for the base, any tips on improving the weathering is appreciated
rehighlighted the gun holster to make it stand out more, corrected some mistakes i saw in the last set of pics, missed some though. thinking about paiting the backpack in a camo theme any opinions on that. and guys (and/or girls) i need some ideas on a ork urban junkyard base scheme, not too sure where to go with it, so help on that would be appreciated
thnaks for the comments as well
well he is done! tried to avoid the temptasion of taking lots of pics and just stick with the 2, hopefully i want need to point out the funny in the pic
so any c&c welcome, especially anythin to do with the quality of the pic, am thinking about buying 2 more lamps coz the pics are a little dark
Very impressive, a lott of different things going on with this miniature but all of them really tie together. Great work on the skin tones and the metals, wish I could paint like that...or take such good pictures.
added rivets and rust on to the base, i deepened the shades on the grot, i also used a yellow highlight to brighten him up, i also highlighted the nobs face slightly, i added highlights to the boots, marines helmet got darkened and rehighlighted (although it aint came out too well on the pic), the camo got highlighted further, i added shading under the ripples and added gloss to the radioactice water, although it doesnt come out on the pic the ripples look much deeper now and i tried my hand at some graffiti to push the base a little more, so overall quite busy
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