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Re-painting my Ogre A Spring Clean Challenge by Thedace

Re-painting my Ogre A Spring Clean Challenge by Thedace

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About the Project

Hello all! So as part of the Spring Clean challenge this year I am going to repaint my Ogre. This chap is from Scibor (maker of some of the finest Dwarves) I'm not going to use him in any particular game but I think the model is too nice for the beginner paint job that I applied.

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He took me less time than I thought!

So, another quick highlight of the flesh.

I changed the furs from white/blue to brown. This was done with a base coat of Rakarth flesh with a strong tone wash followed by Rakarth flesh highlights.

The base was done with Necromancer grey with dry brushed wolf grey.

I hope folks have enjoyed this small project.

I look forward to posting another project soon.

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The wrong trousers

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Next I paid some attention to the trousers and axe head.

I gave the trousers a coat of Steel legion drab and the washed with Agrax Earthshade.

Once this was dry I then highlighted with some rotten white.

The axe head I base coated with some oily steel and used dry rust, strong tone and rust to weather.

The wrong trousers

Fresh lick of paint

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I have started by adding a fresh coat of Bugmans glow over all the flesh parts followed by a flesh wash.

I then highlighted with Bugmans glow and added the wash again.

Finally I highlighted the veins on the arms and a few facial features.

The skin now looks a lot better but the eyes a little cartoony.

 

 

 

Fresh lick of paint

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So,

I started painting this chap 3 years ago maybe.

I never finished him and looking at him on my shelf now he just begs to be redone and finished.

I’m not going to strip the model as I don’t think I need to.

 

My half done OgreMy half done Ogre

Below is the paintjobs from the Scibor website

Scibor painted OgresScibor painted Ogres

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