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Newz: Da Warpath's 9th Conversion Competition: Chariot Edition Edition - ENTER HERE!

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 The More-than-three Musketorcs, Orc for one and one for Orc!
WarbossKurgan
Posted: Dec 12 2011, 09:12 AM


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Thanks Boyz and Gurlz! laugh.gif

Mildew da Windows
Theif, spy, assassin agent of the Kardinal.

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Kardinal richelOrc
So devious, scheming and sneaky he should have been a Night Goblin! The Kardinal is constantly causing trouble for the Morkateers.

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Da Kardinalists (Henchman group)

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The warband as it stands now:

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theorox
Posted: Dec 12 2011, 09:35 AM


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Amazing. How the heck did you manage the skulls on Mildew's clothes? Don't tell me it's all freehand? ohmy.gif

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WarbossKurgan
Posted: Dec 12 2011, 02:10 PM


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It really wasn't that tricky Theo! You just need a steady hand and a small, pointy brush!

I painted the shapes of all the skulls as a simple but irregular oval with a small square sticking out of the bottom in medium grey. (I bring you the magic of Photoshop!)

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Then "blobbed" the eyes and nose on in black with an even smaller brush.

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When the paint was dry I washed the whole dress with Badab Black Citadel Wash.

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I copied the idea from one of the guys from Golem painting Studios (we play Mordheim and Warhammer in their studio space at The Mill) who had done something similar (and to a much higher standard!) on the inside of a Space Marine character's cloak
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Legion
Posted: Dec 12 2011, 04:39 PM


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Great looking stuff! Very creative and excellent execution on the converting and painting!! All around top notch stuff!

I may have to give that skull idea a go on some models some time. Thanks for the quick tutorial.
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Morten C
Posted: Dec 12 2011, 04:42 PM


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It might not be tricky, but it looks damn good smile.gif

I especially like Kardinal richelOrc yarr.gif
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Dobbie71064
Posted: Dec 13 2011, 03:51 PM


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Those skulls are amazing, great detail on all the models!
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theorox
Posted: Dec 13 2011, 04:05 PM


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Simple but very effective! yarr.gif Maybe I should try and copy it on a Chaos Sorcerer or something. Could look great!

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