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Nurgle Palanquin by Falassion Nurgle Palanquin by Falassion
This model has been hanging around in my brothers room for what seems like forever, I had to do something with it eventually so I made it and painted it as quickly as possible just to get it over and done with. Turns out it wasn't as painful as I was expecting it to be. Also the Nurglings have been a pain in the ass to paint, they were 2nd hand models which had an undercoat of purple or bright green, my army is primarily brown so that took some sorting out, couldn't just blackwash them unfortunately.
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hotohori2 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
I love it totally, this style is so interesting and it is so cool, great work, so sweet, i totally love it god dammit, yes! ^^
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Skrubhjert Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Okay, these are awesome. I'm a Nurgle-player, too, and I love your dark colour-scheme! May I ask what colours you mainly use on this army? Everytime I try to paint my models in a dark way they look kinda boring, but yours are just badass! :)
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Falassion Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
I use a regular light/dark brown for the undercoat, black wash to make sure all the creases and crevices are as dark as possible and then dry brush with rotting flesh, thats the main idea behind the whole armies colour scheme. Some of the models have a dark green undercoat, same method though :)
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Skrubhjert Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Have to try that on my own models, thank you very much! :)
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Falassion Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2012
Also don't be scared to be minimalist in what you do, notice large parts of most of my models are simply a olour washed and drybrushed. Most models have a good texture to them so washing then drybrushing is king! :D
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Skrubhjert Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Ah, less is more, hm? I will remember that. I tend to loose myself in all the details, forgetting the whole model itself. Also your method should be a pretty fast way to paint. Will try that. Thanks again! :)
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Falassion Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012
It is fast if you don't include the day or so waiting for the wash to dry :) but then you can always get on with other things whilst that happens!
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Falassion Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012
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Scumdog47 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
The palanquin is one of the coolest minis GW ever made. :)

I wonder why it was removed?
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Falassion Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
I have no idea I love it though!!!!! I suppose they replaced it with that Epidemius model... meh
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