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Am cracking on with some opposition to my orc pirates. These are the Razig warlord pirate minis. The bases are resin (they are meant to depict trenches but think they will work here). Have sprayed them all with Army Painter skeleton bone. Then a sepia ink wash all over for definition and a process of going through and colouring in. Am going to add a cannon as well. Am going for quite a colourful scheme, that will be muted by the pre shading and then dusted up with an all over drybrush of off white. 

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Thank you! I think you did an army of these or a similar project. I am not sure how I will get a game going but have always really liked the idea of 'orcs with pistols'/ fantasy pirate miniatures. 

 

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On 3/20/2020 at 7:36 PM, Brianuk said:

Thank you! I think you did an army of these or a similar project. I am not sure how I will get a game going but have always really liked the idea of 'orcs with pistols'/ fantasy pirate miniatures. 

 

 

I have some pirates in my Lost World Project.

And I have several Undead Projects.

 

One can't go wrong with Undead Pirates.

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