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Made in us
Longtime Dakkanaut




I'll be using this thread to update tabletop painting tutorials I'm writing for the Orc Starter Set, with the Army Painter Greenskins Paint Set. The BGG KoW forum doesn't have much activity, so I'll use it to file away my various tutorials. The tutorials are aimed towards new painters who wish to paint the models for tabletop gaming.

Chariots: https://boardgamegeek.com/article/24296003

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Longtime Dakkanaut




Pole arms : https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1687847/painting-tutorial-orc-starter-set-pole-arms-army-p

   
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Longtime Dakkanaut




Shields for your fall home decor, and rust and blood for the rest of us.



https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1691133/painting-tutorial-orc-starter-set-shields-army-pai



https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1707989/painting-tutorial-orc-starter-set-axes-blood-and-r



   
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Orc arms with rusty axes, orc arms with shields, and orc heads and orclings with no axes or shields.



https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1719717/painting-tutorial-orc-starter-set-orc-arms-axes-w



https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1719098/painting-tutorial-orc-starter-set-orc-arms-shields



https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1718447/painting-tutorial-kings-war-orc-starter-set-orc-he

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North Carolina

I like this, you're doing a good job and a good service. What's your plan for basing the orcs? Individual bases and movement trays or multi bases? Most of my KoW armies consist of GW and Reaper minis so I've done a mix of basing.

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Thanks!

I'll be using the square bases from the starter set, using the Army Painter Battlefields Basing Set : http://www.miniaturemarket.com/amyst5114.html

Here's a close-up of the bases from another blog. : http://brownk29.blogspot.com/2011/11/mantic-zombies-part-1.html

Updates in the arms with weapons, and arms with shields threads.

Just for fun, here're a coupla guys with arms, heads, and bodies assembled. Still need to write up the body painting tutorial. Yes, that's a Reaper Bones Star Spawn in the background!



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Looking nice.

Really like the fancy shield colors.

   
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Stormblade





Looking nice indeed. The dark, oily scheme appeals to me very much. I love the Mantic orcs' shoulder pads detail (also the one on the armour of the great ax guys).
   
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Thanks!

I really like the detail on the heads, arms, and armor too, although the backs of their bodies are kinda vague.

Dark and oily (or at least oily!) comes from the Army Painter brown Strong Tone Ink. They need to sell this by the pint, but, if you buy the Army Painter Quickshade Ink set, you can also use the brown Soft Tone Ink for tabletop.

Added a thread for painting the bodies, as well as updates on orc heads, orc arms with weapons, and orc arms with shields on the BGG Kings of War forum: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/85204/kings-war/forums/0

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Auburn, Washington state

Very nice ced1106! I just got into Kings of War starting with Orcs, this tutorial will be very useful when I get my orcs.

Make it Orky!  
   
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Stormblade





ced1106 wrote:

Dark and oily (or at least oily!) comes from the Army Painter brown Strong Tone Ink. They need to sell this by the pint, but, if you buy the Army Painter Quickshade Ink set, you can also use the brown Soft Tone Ink for tabletop.
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I have the Valejo equivalent and yes - I have it by the bucket . It is my most used shading paint.
   
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Thanks!

Finally got the gore (boars) painted. I would paint them after doing all the orc figures. I found the skin and fur a little more difficult to paint than orc skin, because of the larger area and because, I think, it's harder to paint something realistic.

https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/85204/kings-war

   
 
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