Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Daemon Prince of Nurgle Project - Part III: The Finished Product

It's done! It's here! The completed paint job on the winged Daemon Prince of Nurgle. It was a big job, but I'm very satisfied.

Painting.
Undercoat = black.
Base coats: dwarf flesh for the outer skin and wings; ultramarine blue for the innards and inner portions of the claw arms; gold for the mechanical parts; graveyard earth for the horns, claws and teeth.
Inking: a liberal amount of chestnut over the skin areas; blue for the innards; black and brown mixtures for the claws, horns and other regions.
Overcoats: drybrushing progressively lighter tan and leathery colours on the skin and wings; cream colours for the teeth and claws.
Highlights: Assorted creams, tending toward pure white, on various areas.

Basing.
Following the previous debate about the size of the base, the miniature is based upon a 60mm base from back 2 basix. Check out how far the wings extend over the edge of the base - outrageous!!

6 comments:

Ryan said...

Nice! I like how the red turned out.

unforgivenangels said...

Great model, I think that's the first time I've seen a Deamon Prince of Nurgle with wings! It looks really cool and the colours go great together mate

eek said...

Very nice! It stands out very well from the typical sickly greens that are usually associated with Nurgle.

jabberjabber said...

Hi Guys, thanks for you kind words!

I'm hoping to explore some other none-sickly-green colours for other Nurgle miniatures soon (e.g. plaguebearers).

Andy said...

Wow, that is one big model.
Great job on the painting, it looks really good.

jabberjabber said...

Thanks Andy! It is a big model: it measures 4''/10.2 cm from the bottom of the base to the highest point of the wings and slightly under approx 4.75''/12.1cm from the front of the base to the rear tip of the wings.

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