heres a sneak peek at some of my W.I.P . the army is nearly finished i will put up more pics this week just finishing off details /banners etc
the army is a 2000 point collection and includes
hobgoblin hero on wolf (ghazak khan model)
20 cd warriors w hand weapons
20 cd warriors w great weapons
10 wolfboys (oglah khan models)
6 b centaurs
very nice! i like the armor effect it’s quite realistic
I really like the movement tray and the bases excellent job there.
Good, clean and simple. I quite like them! I like the snow, too - everyone does ash wastes!
Nice n Nasty boyz in the snow preview:)
i will put up more pics this week
Can't... wait... that... long...
Seriously, the NMM effect on the armour is very nice indeed.
The bases are great. I really need to paint a unit of black orcs for my army…
i believe it stands for nonmetallic metal. it’s when you paint armor/weapons etc. to look like metal but without using metallic paints. For example, you could paint gold by using a combination of browns and yellows. It’s a very effective and clean technique but quite challenging to master
what does nmm mean
Leviathan is correct, it stands for Non Metallic Metals.
Or in my case WIDWIROOMP (What I Do When I Run Out of Metallic Paint).
but i used mithril silver ! its about as metallic as you can get ! a combination of dry brushing the black armour all over then blocking it out with black to leave just the edges looking slightly worn - then adding scratch marks with small bits of m.silver
so heres some more pics - still not quite finished painting yet trying to neaten up beards and put final touchs here and there i have b4 and after pics - 1st unit of warriors w/ hand weapons
unit of warriors w/great weapons/ two handed weapons -
I was referring to the Orcs you posted above.
It looks like they’re wearing blackened iron armour (or something similar).
I thought looking at them that you’d used a NMM technique on them.
we must have clicked the post button at exactly the same time
See my post prior to your last two piccie posts (which are very nice, btw. The figures and the photography).