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Orc Painting Tutorial

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Step-01: Assemble and remove all mould lines.
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Step 02: Primer with the primer of choice, once dry recheck to insure all mould lines are removed.
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Step 03: Paint skin areas Dark Angels Green. Note how careful I was to only paint the skin area.
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Step 04: Using a dry brushing technique, but with ample paint on the brush cover the skin areas with Goblin Green.
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Step 05: Dry Brush the highlight areas with Rotting Flesh.
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step 06: Using a mixing tray or similar object, take a bit of Dark Angels Green and thin with water (3 or 4 to one is generally a good mix) then wash down all skin areas and let dry.
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Step 07: Paint the mouth with Red Gore.
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Step 08: Put a dot of Blood Red for each of the eyes.
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Step 09: Using Elf Flesh Paint the teeth.
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Step 10: Using Skull White pick out a few highlights on the teeth.
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Step 11: Paint the fingernails either Dark Flesh or Black.
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Step 12: Paint the Shoes and shaft of the weapon a dark Brown, I chose Dark Flesh, due to the reddish tint to it.
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Step 13: I painted the Orcs Pants Lightning Blue.
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Step 14: Using a Black I painted the partial glove and his belt; I then thinned some of the Black Paint to a wash and went over the shoes and shaft of the weapon.
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Step 15: Using a thin wash of Nauseating Blue, I went back over the pants. (Oi, did ya fink my boyz was goin'ta war wif panzee britches?) Note that if you get to much paint in one area you can remove it using the capillary action of your paint brush.
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Step 16: Paint the jerkin Snakebite Leather.
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Step 17: Wash down the jerkin with a thin black paint wash. You could wait and do all of the black washes at once, but I prefer the controlled area washes.
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Step 18: With Boltgun Metal paint the spear head and straps, and one of the plates on the Orcs boot.
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Step 19: Use Tin bitz for one half of the helmet and the the shoulder armour.
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Step 20: Use Brazen Brass for the back plate, the other half of the helmet, the belt buckle and the Brass Knuckles.
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Step 21: Use Beaten Copper for the chest plate, the other boot plate and the strip between the helmet halves.
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Step 22: Paint any studs and the edge of the blade on the spear with chainmail.
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Step 23: Using Black Paint in all the straps and the underside of the boot where it will be exposed to view.
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Step 24: Dull down the silvery colors with a thin wash of black.
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Step 25: Add miscellanaous other details, clothing patches, stitches and other minor details to enhance the model.
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Step 26: Step back and see if there is any of the flesh areas that don't look right, very lightly touch these areas up with Goblin Green.
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Step 27: Seal the model using a Satin or matt finish. (Front View)
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Step 27: (Back View)

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