Finished off my last entry for Orctober this morning. Off to a Haloween party now with the kids and then some trick or treating so thought I had better post this now before the sugar crash kicked in.
With the visit to Warhammer World I have tried to mimic more of the style I saw there.
Anyway here are the rest of the photos.
I have tried different levels of contrast on different parts of the model so it might look a bit strange.
Think the highlights are too stark on the back.
Still like the vibrant Goblin green rather then the darker style which is prominent now so my Orks and such will continue to be snot green.
Shaggy mentioned on the drive to Warhammer World that my painting style reminds him of the 'Mike McVey' era painting (which I take as a compliment as he is an exceptional painter) but I was not sure what he meant until I was running round the Exhibit halls like a mental 12 year old. The style of painting has definately moved on and I think I need to follow suit.
The miniature itself is a Goblin Forge effort. Never used them before or since but it's an interesting sculpt with tons of detail.
Miniatures painted / sold this year = 207