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The armor actually was washed, albeit in a maroon. A failed experiment, if you will. The axe blade did see selective black wash, but primarily only on the under surfaces. It's a little more varied in person, but this is the, er sorry, Da Big Boss, so he gets better kept equipment.

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And complete. (Except for a little bit on one shield! That I'll touch up later)

 

these are going to be my dungeon / cave orcs. I've really enjoyed painting these. The rest of my orcopalypse orcs are going to be Forrest / hill orcs and be on that type of base with dark orange skin and green eyes for variety!

 

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As part of my 100 minis challenge I'm doing my Orcpocalypse set. I'm calling the skin done. Only showing a few to show detail. I'm going to try some of the different armor techniques detailed in this thread to get some variety in them.

 

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Goblins are like "there are too many jaguars", orcs are all "what jaguars?"

 

 

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Disclaimer: No jaguars, real or fantasy, were harmed in the painting of these orcs. Polished Silver, however, was thrown across the room.

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Goblins are like "there are too many jaguars", orcs are all "what jaguars?"

 

 

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Disclaimer: No jaguars, real or fantasy, were harmed in the painting of these orcs. Polished Silver, however, was thrown across the room.

Really like the Jaguar fur, going to steal that for painting my jungle orcs! :)

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