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And another one finished.
this time is a drop pod I rescued from ebay, hoping to get some devastator right on the face on my enemies.
I varely have any experience painting marine vehicles, and the drop pod has a reputation of being particularly painful to assemble and paint... but to be honest, it was pretty easy going.
Sure having an airbrush helps a lot, but I felt that having the 5 identical sides just streamlines the process a lot, almost feels like batch painting on a single miniature.
The worst part of the process was creating a mask to paint the whites with the airbrush, which ended up taking longer than the airbrushing itself.
Interiors are left basically as they came originally, just a ways and a quick dry brush, but no detailing anywhere since I honestly dont care that much about it XD. Exterior looks decent though.

Original ebay mini


The mask


Finished:







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Had an evening to work on these 2
Didnt manage to finish the base coat, specially on the sister, but I got quite a lot of paint there. The idea is, once finished, to have both of this figures on my work office, with LED lights on the base. Hope to finish them soon to leave them in the office before going back to spain for vacation.
I find the masking for the airbrush to be a bit tedious, but I'm trying to get the hang of it.

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Quick one, added a new techmarine, painted in a couple evenings





Managed to finish my 40k figures before flying back to spain, will be dropping them on my office desk this week, with some candy for my workmates

Really happy with how they turned out, had to do some tricks to get the bases and Leds to work the way I wanted them.
The plasma rifle can be detached, primary reason of why there is no OSL on the marine. By default I will have the mini with a bolter in the same position (piece I will be adquiring soon), but depending on the season or other events I can add other items, such as a pumpkin, a candy stick, or an animation book. Any ideas, send them my way!

The painting process was quite straight foward. Airbrush took care of most of the armour main color, which in the image is not exactly well represented: In person it does have a lot more tone variation, whereas in the images it looks more flat.
The second key step to make the armour look right was adding a lot of scratching, both big and small.
I generally paint my marine golds with NonMetalicMetal look, both to add detail and as a reference to 2nd edition ultramarines yellow colors, but for this big miniature I felt leaving the metalics was the right call, since I was going for a darker tone anyway.

Had a lot of fun working on these Painting took around 2 week, and the conversion of the figures took a bit longer, specially due to getting the right bases and Leds, which can be detached to change the batteries, have different colors and patterns, and a remote controller. The figures are not perfect and I could have done a lot more both on the conversion, polish and paint, but I really like the look of them for the time invested, and they are going to watch over me at work while I make the emeror's good work!




















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Mighty impressive work Killatores! I like how you’ve adapted your style but still kept them looking like miniatures. I’ve seen a few where people have moved away from their usual style completely, and whilst they still look good, they don’t look how a Space Marine should. The LEDs in their bases are a really cool touch too, they should brighten up your desk for sure… and you can turn their lights on when you’re in a bad mood!

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UK

Back to Spain, ready to paint some orks on my spare time.
I brought with me some unpanted new ork boyz, some partially painted old ork boyz and some bikers. I hope to finish them all before going back to the UK.

Just staring the basecoats, mostly just boring stuff for now. Next steps are going to incorporate some more color and fun to the models.
Bikes are going to be painted with the same method I used for the koptars, which is to first paint everything in rusty metal, and then add the color on top leaving some gaps to show the metal underneath, and painting the gradients mostly with stippling.


Brought some finished models as a reference


As a nice extra, since I had to go to buy some paints, I bought a bloodbowl snotling team that will be great for my ork vehicle scratch building and conversions when I get back. There is a total of 26 models in quite interesting poses here, is going to be really fun to use them to make the builds feel more alive and characterful.
I would love to see games workshop making an ork "upgrade sprue" with grots and gretchings doing their thing. There are a bunch of different models dispersed over a lot of kits that can be use for this (forge world, mek guns, ammo runts...), but is generally expensive and difficult to get a good handfull of them.
If you have any suggestions, please send them

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Moar orks!
Almost done with the base coating. More fun adding actual colors to the minis and getting a first look of the designs, trying to make them unique and orky


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Rapid progress as usual killatores! I love how you’ve individualised all of the bikes. I particularly like the one with two wheels at the front, neat work

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Just scrolled through the whole thread.
I really love your work!

Quite a bunch of orks, but you seem to be tackling them well.

   
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UK

 gobert wrote:
Rapid progress as usual killatores! I love how you’ve individualised all of the bikes. I particularly like the one with two wheels at the front, neat work

Thanks!
Yeah, most of the bikes are conversions/scratch builds mostly due to ork bikes being quite expensive, and only having 3 models.
6 of them where made years ago, combining old space marine bikes with ork bikes, and some lego pieces (and later retouching them,specially the weapons), and the other 6 where made just with the main ork bike body, making the rest out of scratch buiding.
The one with 2 wheels at the front I did years ago as a warboss on bike. Obviously that tittle now rests on the artelw miniature and instead is going to serve the waaargh as a nob.



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 Ezki wrote:
Just scrolled through the whole thread.
I really love your work!

Quite a bunch of orks, but you seem to be tackling them well.


Cheers, glad you are enjoying it
Still got some space marine stuff to go through but I'll be doing a lot more orks the following year, trying to get a playable 1500p-2000p army by the end of 2022

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Great work here Killatores. Looked back a couple pages - really like your squiggoths and the squighog conversion. Always impressive to see a true Ork horde, looking forward to when you get to the final army shot!

 
   
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UK

Not too much progress due to holidays.
I managed to finished almost all the skin, cream and browns, doing the black next followed by the more interesting reds and yellows.


You might notice that I have almost 20 more boyz here, old minis that I started painting a year ago but left on the shelf for more exciting projects. Since I was going to paint the new ork boyz I brought with me these half-painted guys to finishe them, trying to make old and new minis look well together. The paintjob on them didnt need too much re-painting before moving foward with them, except for the skins. When I started these olds guys I was experimenting with how to paint the greenskin and ended up with a variety of skin colors trying to see what worked best, but now I have a much more defined recipe so I re-painted their skins to match.

When putting a bunch of orks together the new and old minis are not that different, being the poses the big give-away. I preffer the new models, and although a bunch of old models I do not plan to re-place them. Maybe I can use the new models as specialist (truck boyz) or to separate one unit from another, which can be quite difficult when you run 4 or 5 units of 10 orks.


New codex orks seem to be more about toys than boys, so I will be probably painting just 40-50 boyz (around 10 more than what you see here) to be able to play most lists, focusing more painting time on other infantry such as kommandos, burnas or tankbustas.
I dont know If I'll manage to finish all these before I go back to the UK, but before the end of January I would like to have this batch finished

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Wow, that’s quite a stark contrast in poses, the new ones being much less goofy! You’ve made great progress on the boyz, good luck getting more done before flying back to the UK

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Red lighting done, moving to yellows.
Happy with the look so far. Im making the yellows on these minis a bit less vibrant than on my previous batch since they look a bit too saturated and bright, almost taking away from the rest of the miniature making it seem darker than it actually is.

Since I'm working on a slightly tight schedule I timed myself doin this yellow step. I repaint most of the area bright orange, and then apply 2 levels of highlights, leaving pure yellow and a white-iss yellow for the edge hihglights later, which would make this color pop more (currently it looks a bit orange).
It took 22 minutes per group of 4, around 5 minutes per mini just for this step. I really need to find places to optimize the painting of orks, since I got a considerable amount of infantry to paint. I keep thinking of the youtube guides that get models painted in 20-30 minutes, and I took almost half that time just to highlight a single color.
On the other hand, its taking me around 2 months to build, paint and finish around 50 miniatures, which is not too slow considering the results.

The current method Im using is really consistent and has a result I like, although I feel I am painting the miniature twice (Basecoat +wash --> Highlighting+edge highlighting). Maybe If I painted the whole miniature lighter first could let the wash do most of the highlighting on the darker tones and just care about the brighter ones, but I feel washes dont really give a result I like.
I've seen people speed painting with oil paints with really good and fast results, I wonder if that could work for me. Let me know if you have any experience with them
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5 mins per mini is a pretty good rate for highlighting I think. Certainly averaging 25 minis a month is about 12 times higher than my rate, so I can’t really advise on speeding up!

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 gobert wrote:
5 mins per mini is a pretty good rate for highlighting I think. Certainly averaging 25 minis a month is about 12 times higher than my rate, so I can’t really advise on speeding up!

5 mins per highlight only of the yellows,, multiply that time per the amount of colors + bigger surface.. takes a while! XD
Sometimes is a bit of a chore but it pays of when an important step is completed.

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Yeah, that’s good going in my book and as you say it’s effective!

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Orks packed up ready to fly back to the uk.
Finished all yellows, did a bit of work on the bases, quick white dot on the eyes, added some decals... but still some important steps to finish them, particularly metals and edge highlights on yellow and reds.
Summing up the month working on this guys away from my hobby desk I'm happy with how they came up, almost finish them and quite ready to continue orky business when I come back.

Once I finish this batch I will have some decent HQs, troops and fast attack to start playing some quick small games. I got a ton of elites ready to paint (nobs, flashgitzs, burnas, komandos and tankbustas), the squig army looking strong and some future vehicles that I am planning to scratchbuild. This army is going be a lot of fun to work on!





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I love how the primary colour make them look jolly and terrifying at the same time.

I do feel that the shooting effects still need some work though.
   
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 DoctorDanny wrote:
I love how the primary colour make them look jolly and terrifying at the same time.

I do feel that the shooting effects still need some work though.


Ow yeah, these minis are not finished yet, I tend to do the special effects right at the end. For an example of the look I'll go for on the muzzle flashes check the warboss on bike.
If you have any feedback on those I'll be interested to hear it



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With my minis boxed I wanted to do some hobby stuff this evening, and I sat down to quickly concept art some vehicles for my orks.
I would generally do that with drawings or mashing my bits together, but since I do not have my wacom or my bits I opened my 3D software and throw some basic shapes together, ended up being a really fast and suitable method to make up some ork vehicles on the fly.
Once I get into making the ork vehicles of my army I will be doing some more concepts to visualize ideas, I am really interested on hearing your feedback on these first ones.



I am interested on 3d printing and in the future I will probably pick up a resin printer (once I have some extra money and a proper hobby space to use it). Making my own bits and vehicles, specially ork ones would be a ton of fun, and since I do know how to 3D model properly (these are just quick concepts), I believe it would not be a difficult task. When I was studying at university I did print a few models that I made and it seemed quite straight forward. I do hear a that people have a ton of issues with 3D printing, but half of it seems to be with the settings and process of working with the resin itself, and the other half seems to be issues from people that have never done any 3D modeling before doing 3D printing.

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Back in the Uk, ready to keep making the emperor proud.
If I finish this before the end of March that would be cool. I got a bunch of stuff queued up that I want to finish off before building more ork vehicles, so I better get to work.


I got a few more bikes build to complete my bike squads, and needed another nob for them ,so I built a quick tricycle turret with a grot on it which ended up looking quite charming.


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Ork batch Done!
That's 40 boyz and 12 bikes finished and added to the waaargh!
Im happy with the results, both the basic infantry and the bikers came up pretty good even when looked up close. I refined a bit the look of the skin and the yellows, and got a pretty consistent quality though all the 50 mins.

Did a quick reunion with all the previous ork minis I painted. The army just got started! There are a 20 boys and gretching at the back from last year that will need some changes to fit the current quality and recipe of color, re-basing and small tweaks, but they are good to have some matches in case I need more boyz.
I was surprised to see that this is over 1800p already, although a lot of it comes from the multiple characters and the koptars. Really looking foward to expand to be able to play some interesting lists soon.




Infantry
New and old ork minis mix quite well, particularly when you do some conversions on them. Although the new ork boyz are monopose with no options, is quite simple to vary the minis enough both on conversion and painting to get a different look to them.
I need to think on what I will be doing to visually separate boyz from specialists such as tank bustas, burnas and kommandos. Maybe I make a bit more use of accent colors, patterns, add much more conversion or something to not end up with a blob of same-looking orks without any way to tell them apart other than by looking closely at each individual model.

I would say they look better in person, my phone seems to add a wierd filter all around, but I like how they look even up-close.
Generally I see players using the troops as the testing ground to get the painting recipe ready for the rest of the army, doing a quick paintjob and putting more effort on elites and characters. In my view, since troops are going to be probably used every single game and are a core component of the army, they need to look nice and pretty. I find the paintjob on them easier not due to the lack of effort or care, but simply due to the fact that troops tend to be simpler miniatures.








Bikers
The conversions and scratch building ended up working quite well, saving some money on these miniatures as well as giving them a lot of variation. Within these 12 there is no 2 bikes that look the same, but they still ahve some distintic detail that makes them recognizeable. The painting was quite straigh foward since I already painted the koptars which are really similar vehicles. I've had some of these guys for years being quite afraid to even put paint on them ,but as long as you have a plan they ended up being really enjoyable. I do have 6 more of these waiting for paint, including some wheeles, which I do not know why I didnt unclude on the these lot earlier.
One of the best bikes is the nob, which is an model I've had for years. I made it years ago mixing space marine bikers and ork bits, and this was supposed to be my ork warboss on bike. The Artelw model dwarfs it in quite spectacular fation, but is still a cool leader to the other bikers, soon to have a brother.







Squiggoths!
Talking about making other minis look small, the next thing I am working on, starting tomorrow, is the squiggots, hopefully finishing them before the end of February!


Repaint?
The grots where the first guys I painted for the army, almost a year ago, and although they look pretty good, you can tell the skin color is a bit too saturated compared to the other orks, nad the reds and yellos do not look as good. I will retauch them whenever I get time for them, but for now they are perfectly playable.


The first orks I painted also dont look as good as the current ones. They did help a lot to figure out the recipe Im using right now, but I will give them some touches whenever I get the chance. The old boyz I just finished in this batch where mostly repainted too without needing a lot of efford, so I'll be able to bring them up to standard relatively easely.


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Been going through your blog, love the bright colours on your orks.

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Excellent work on the Waagh so far killatores! The latest additions certainly look the business, the yellows and reds are superb. The kitbashing on the bikes is awesome too, helps sell the orky feel by having no luck be the same. Very excited to see the Squiggoths get finished too

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 Olthannon wrote:
Been going through your blog, love the bright colours on your orks.

Thanks
I believe I would enjoy painting in a grimdark/heavy weathered style too, but I naturally end up going to this style.
Maybe I will pick up a couple minis of other factions to experiment with other painting styles, but so far I do like the results I get. They are a bit cartoony, but quite fun


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Sguiggoths are back on the menu, boyz!

It's been almost a year I started these big boys and its time to get them done.
I can suffer from decision paralisis when painting such a big model, and this is quite evident when it comes to how I want to finish the squigs green skin. But I got the face mostly figured out, and I know how to do all the orky and vehicle parts thanks to my previous experience, so I decided starting with that to see the overall saturation and tone before doing the skin of the squigs.
Thus, in an evening I did all the red highlighting, mostly with stippling and some wet blending, trying to get gradients everywhere where red is seen.
The pics are pretty bad, but I think its visible how much of a difference it makes to do this, seeing the before/after and comparisons.




Next will probably be the yellows, leaving the more detail colors next. Edgehighlights and metals will go previous to last, and once everything has its final look I will paint the skin of the squiggs. Whish me luck!

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Nom, Squiggoths! The gradients really are lovely, almost like a cell shaded cartoon as you say. I’d almost forgotten all of the details you’ve got on them, good luck powering through them

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That is a formidable force!
I like the bright colors and the muzzle flash effects are a big plus!

   
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I love the bold colors on your orks! And as a fellow ork, I really appreciate all the biker conversions. Bang up job, friend. I'm really impressed.

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Thanks for your comments, guys

Managed to find some time to work on the squiggoths, finishing the yellows and bone colors, doing browns and exposed flesh next. Is great to see colors popping on the model, it helps to exaggerate the volumes, which would be better defined and shaped when I add the edgehighlights. So far its all known territory, these guys are being treated the same way I painted the bikers, just on a bigger scale.
Somehow I feel I am not too far off from finishing the models, although there still a lot to do, and the squiggoths green skin is still a mistery.






Small side notes:
1- I was looking a bit a white dwarfs magazine I bought a few weeks ago (mostly for nostalgia and for a decal sheet that is perfect for my marines), and I noticed a warboss conversions using the same bloodbowl miniature I used for mine!
If I say so myself, mine looks much better as a conversion, mostly because I used the gut horns on the back and added a few 40k elements, as well as a huge power klaw. where the one on the magazine takes most of the decoration, horns and other elements out and just adds a small choopa. I find a little funny that the one on the magazine suffers from the issue the original mini has, which is looking down a lot, whereas I angled mine upwards both for a better pose and the face not looking at the ground.



2- I got an upgrade to my painting station. For really cheap I got these 2 paint stands and now I can both see all my paints and access them easely, as well as saving a noticeable amount of space on the table, which can get pretty crowded when I am working on batches and or/ making big conversions.

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Squiggoth Skin!
Had a free day this weekend and after finishing pretty much all the highlighting on the model (except metalics), I started the squiggoth skin. I already did most of the faces, but did not paint any of the body scales yet.

I had to play a little bit with the colors to get them right, but at the end it ended up being just being pacient and painting hundreds of scales, following the model's shape. If I ever do scales again, I would exagerate them even more, since It would have looked even better. Currently it almost looks like a free/hand over a pretty flat skin, although I expect it to look better after a good matt varnish, since most of the body has a shinny finish after the washes I did some time ago.
I took into account the interaction between the castle and the creature, both to save time on the highlighting and to have reasonable shadow areas on the highlighting.

Overall I would say I'm okey with the result, not the best, but it would look fine for now. I really did not feel like spending 4 hours on each leg and loosing my mind painting each individual scale to perfection. This was the step that concerned me the most, both of modeling and painting, and I am already happy with the fact that I did not ruin the look of the model and that it looks decent XD.
Next step will be edge highlighting, moving close to the finishing steps of these models!

Sorry for the picture spam, I will do a spoiler to not overload this post. I'll really appreciate your feedback on this. I might go back to the scales to improve them if I feel I need to or you got any tips.


Before/ After




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Looking awesome killatores! I can’t blame you for being daunted you all of those scales either. I wonder if the tower/squiggoth interface could do with something, either sores/reddish skin or scuff marks where it rubs on the scales as it moves around?

PS - I’d agree that your conversion looks better than the WD one, maybe you should submit to Warhammer community?

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 gobert wrote:
Looking awesome killatores! I can’t blame you for being daunted you all of those scales either. I wonder if the tower/squiggoth interface could do with something, either sores/reddish skin or scuff marks where it rubs on the scales as it moves around?
Interesting idea, I would try it out when doing weathering. My idea of the skin of the squiggoth is that is supper tough and would not get damaged by the orky additions, but it might give it a more organic and belieable look.


 gobert wrote:

PS - I’d agree that your conversion looks better than the WD one, maybe you should submit to Warhammer community?


That could be cool, I had a friend that did some awesome alpha legion conversions shared there. I am really novice on warhammer community, how does it work when it comes to submitting stuff?

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