Coming along nicely! Theres something very therapeutic about painting nurgly flesh tones. I'm looking forward to a group shot soon of your recent nurgle offerings.
Yeah - I´m going to do a proper groupshot once I pack them up. Still between apartments...
Fantastic stuff, man - I've thoroughly enjoyed seeing this series of models come together. Can't wait to see more!
thanks mate! There´ll definitely be more - I´m in full on nurglii mode at the moment....
Literally the worst name I have ever spent the last 15 minutes trying to pronounce!Loving it just like always Jeff.
hehe....Yeah it´s a bit of a toungetwister isn´t it.
I'm a bit of a newcomer to this blog, but I love what you do. Therefore I've nominated you for a Leibster Award.http://miasma-of-pestilence.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/leibster-award.html
Thanks Tony!I´ll have to do some sort of Liebster feature. The nominations are starting to stack up ;-)
Brilliant, as always! You couldn't cobble together a recipe for your Nurgley skin, could you? It'd be much appreciated.
Um... No. It´s such a painterly, back and forth process that´s it´s very hard stating a recipe.The best I can do are these two step by steps:http://convertorum.blogspot.se/2014/01/cultist.htmlhttp://convertorum.blogspot.se/2014/04/the-need-for-speed.html
Ha, I thought as much! Thanks a mil.
Looks great, man! I particularly like the skin tone! Very real! :)
Thanks Jordan! At least I hope it´s realistic - I´ve haven´t seen a hulking leprous cyborg devoted to a plague deity in real life.