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Bones 3: Ogre guard, Ogre clubber, Ogre smasher, Ogre Command

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Hi everyone,

 

I was one of the lucky few to have a box waiting for me on Friday afternoon.  After doing inventory last night, I decided I wanted to start with painting some ogres.  Now this is going to take a little longer than normal, because I may.... have bought 11 ogres with the kickstarter.  In the end I got the ogre command, and 2 extra  sets of the core set ogres.  

 

Here we are at the outset- scrubbed, glued, green-stuffed, and partially primed.  I'll update as I make progress!ogre1.thumb.jpg.49c957507667e60b8f982d4969823263.jpgogre2.thumb.jpg.c5cf351a90f39b59ee7c0e7fb6678e38.jpgogre3.thumb.jpg.2f076f0a023df5f9a9208b03e5a09033.jpg

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Detail on those look great! Good luck with your future painting!

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Update #1:

 

I finished the priming and applied a coat of GW reikland flesh shade to give the skin some depth. Started painting the first coat on some of the wood and leather too. Taking a break for now, but in the mean time, enjoy these photos! IMG_20170527_200825778.thumb.jpg.934a148cafc4892e221e547f3853f62d.jpgIMG_20170527_200832619.thumb.jpg.8a518c53f5f5a404a06cc184e69d5ce7.jpg

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Alright, had some time tonight to go back over and add some flesh highlights over the shade. It's looking a bit flat, so I will probably add another layer of highlighting in before doing a final thin shade to tie it all together. I will say one thing- the amount of muscles sculpted into these minis is impressive- so lots of opportunity for highlights!

 

In the mean time, enjoy some photos. If anyone has any tips to make the flesh look better, I am all ears!IMG_20170528_233451439.thumb.jpg.22a815d84fb2c859f72303424530c67f.jpgIMG_20170528_233511137.thumb.jpg.a4452bb1dc4b6b9123362b024f6c709e.jpgIMG_20170528_233500209.thumb.jpg.35e89da9b6b42eea22e72b176116f37b.jpgIMG_20170528_233456978.thumb.jpg.a4d407d738339356cb699e1f49f49e6d.jpg

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All these Bones 3 posts make me sad I completely missed it.  :p

 

Seriously though, these look great, awesome start and the minis themselves look amazing.

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Another day, another day of progress! Flesh has been mostly highlighted. Going to do one more layer of strong highlights tonight, then would like to do either a darker wash it glaze to darken everything up a bit again, and to tie it all together. I have not done that before however. Anyone have any tips? 

 

Here's what they look like so far: 

 

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15 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

I loved these figures from the moment I saw them. These meat towers have the right amount of stompiness to them.^_^

Me too. At some point I'll have to post them next to the older Bones ogres... They are considerably bigger!!

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Another update: got some more highlighting done last night... Approaching being done with flesh tones. I decided to shoot some photos of the ogres under strong overhead lighting to best determine where to highlight after discovering Sorastro's YouTube channel and the wonder that is Zenithal highlighting. It was a bit late for that to make a huge difference here, but I'll be using that strategy from now on!

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