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Maggotcrown Ogre Juggernaut - my first attempt at NMM


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1 hour ago, Jellyranger69 said:

Very wicked, I really like your color scheme here. What did you use to highlight the red on the armor?
 

He’s a fun model to paint! I’d get another one honestly. 

 

Sadly, I don't have any Reaper paints, so it was a combo of Army Painter and Vallejo. The highlights are Vallejo extra opaque uo through a flesh tone.

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3 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

I love how you painted the armor. It's not too shiny, exactly how it should look like on a wearer coming back to haunt the battlefield.

 

I agree, though I would have been ecstatic if it had ended up looking more metallic, like the kind of NMM you see in the big painting comps.

BUT! I am trying not to compare myself to them. I've started painting a few "orphaned" Stormcast Eternals with NMM gold, and I will only compare myself today to myself yesterday. I promise. Honest. Really.

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