One advantage with this process with Orks is that they are meant to be a mess. Even the best painted Ork armies look all over the place, so a rough and ready covering of pigment should be passable until I feel the need to tidy them up. That's the theory anyway!
This is how I got on:
|Assembled and bare|
|Primed with Humbrol Dark Brown Acrylic Spray|
(as a note very close to Miniature Paints
Earth Brown for touch-up )
|Very quick paint - goblin green for skin, |
gun bolt metal for metal, black belt.
Rough a a badgers @r$£.
|Liberally washed in Vallejo Sepia. |
Hmm, neat sepia was a bit too strong, so...
|Quickly blob of goblin green again and dry-brush|
the metal with chainmail.
|The most important shot: How it looks on table.|
Well that does the job I think - Dirty, armoured and green skinned. Obviously there is room for improvement even its was only teeth and eyes, those are getting into the territory of detail. The end point above leaves room for tidying up, detailing or adding more colour in the future whilst gives the general image of the figure from a playing distance. I'll be repeating the process with the others. If only them went together as quickly as this painted up!