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Presenting an Ork Painboy from Warhammer 40K.

 

Had a lot of fun painting him (WIP thread here), and definitely want to get some more Orks in the future (unfortunately they don't seem to have many plastic characters).

 

As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.

 

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Thanks for the comments everyone!

 

Looking at the photos I'm kinda annoyed how washed out his little Goblin assistant is, thought I was getting the hang of this photo-taking malarkey.

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Excellent work on him!

 

This is a clear example of the cure being worse than the disease; I think I'd just use duct tape on my own wounds, thanks very much.::D:

 

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Interesting take on his skintone. Goes great with the design of the mini.

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