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#76 Sun, Nov1 2015 3:28pm

ddaines
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Re: my work by: orc

Very nice Master Orc.

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#77 Mon, Nov2 2015 5:09am

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

Thanks Very much Guys! I finish to paint my orc's armours and weapons:big_smile

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I'm planning finish them this week!!

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#78 Mon, Nov2 2015 1:44pm

Maenas
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Re: my work by: orc

I envy your productivity.... xD   Looking good so far.


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#79 Wed, Nov4 2015 2:45am

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

Thanks Master Maenas!!

The true...is I prefer to paint small groups or units of miniatures...I save more time.big_smile and is the only way to me...to complete big projects or armies.Share with all of you my jobs...help me to keep going on my mithril projects....so this is why I'm very happy to be here!!wink


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#80 Mon, Nov9 2015 6:45am

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

Dear All, here my first unit of "Angus McBride Orcs", I'm very proud of them!:big_smilebig_smilebig_smile

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#81 Mon, Nov9 2015 8:10am

Milo
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Re: my work by: orc

Yes, you must be proud as there is lot of hard work in conversions, bases, painting for a very good result.
Congrats Sergio!smile


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#82 Mon, Nov9 2015 9:19am

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Re: my work by: orc

Yes indeed, very pretty. (Er, I guess that's not the right word for orcs, but you know what I mean!)


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#83 Mon, Nov9 2015 10:52am

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Re: my work by: orc

Unfortunately the pictures are a bit too dark again so that any details cannot be distinguished.

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#84 Tue, Nov10 2015 4:35pm

Gerold
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Re: my work by: orc

Very nice work master Orc; I'm planning an Angmar army also, but I'm working on another project first.

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#85 Tue, Nov10 2015 5:26pm

Maenas
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Re: my work by: orc

Awesome minis Orc!! they really remind me of those drawings from Angus, Great job!

I agree with Theobald though... pictures are a bit too dark at some spots so you cannot appreciate them at their most.

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#86 Wed, Nov11 2015 2:01am

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

Thanks for your comments Guys!!! smileI will try to find another way to take better photos...I'm using my mobil phone...I need to consider  prepare a light box or something similar...Unfortunately I have no experience with photography, but I will try to improve!

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#87 Wed, Nov11 2015 2:56pm

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Re: my work by: orc

Great looking miniatures !! Nice to see them finished.

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#88 Sun, Nov22 2015 2:19pm

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

Dear All,

Here my last miniatures: big_smilebig_smilebig_smile

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#89 Sun, Nov22 2015 3:15pm

Barliman
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Re: my work by: orc

Not your "Last" miniatures, I hope Master Orc! I'm hoping that you meant "Latest".


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#90 Sun, Nov22 2015 5:37pm

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Re: my work by: orc

Very nice, I envy your speed!


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Middle-earth forsaking!
In Elvenhome a clear bell
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#91 Mon, Nov23 2015 12:36am

orc
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Re: my work by: orc

You are right Master Barliman!!!, "Latest miniatures"!!!big_smile
Thanks Master Arthadan!!!!...will and perseverance ...nothing more wink

The idea with "moth of Sauron", was paint the horse like some kind of undead or evil horse....this is why I choose this colors...
By other side...I don't like How looks the Angmarian Shields....I must work more on them!!!!hmm


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#92 Mon, Nov23 2015 8:02am

Milo
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Re: my work by: orc

Hi master orc.
Indeed, you paint a lot these days! This is impressive.

The purple on horse is a very nice color. Still, I feel you shall add natural darks tones on it as it currently looks like a cover, more warm than undead.

About Angmar soldiers, I do not see faces and details on pics you provide. May I ask for pictures taken from lower?

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#93 Mon, Nov23 2015 8:38am

Barliman
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I know what you mean about the shields, Master Orc — they look rather "jolly" for Angmar! But what colours should they be, do you think? JRRT gives us no clues about badges or heraldry of Angmar, so is no help regarding colours. The device on these shields seems to be a tower.

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#94 Mon, Nov23 2015 11:17am

Maenas
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Re: my work by: orc

Painting machine ^^ even with bases!!
I share the thoughts of Milo on that Horse colour looks nice but it's a bit strange.
For shields I don't have a clue about the correct colour they should be.... maybe making the reverse from the red eye will work... so black tower darkred background?? but since angmar is from the north it could be some cold scheme... sry I cannot help xP


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#95 Mon, Nov23 2015 2:42pm

Milo
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Re: my work by: orc

Looking at ICE Angmar cover, shields are red with black dragon. It could be the right color scheme also for the tower.
I will check Mithril handbooks & Tengwar to see if there is anything about shields & heraldy detailed.


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#96 Mon, Nov23 2015 2:46pm

orc
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Master Milo: I never paint only one miniature....I paint by units or groups...this help me to save to much time....for example....I can paint the skin color in a group or 8-10 orcs...so next day...I can paint the armour...next day...cloth....and begin sking color for another group like ....humans.....so....always I have miniatures in progress!!! big_smilebig_smilebig_smile I show you some photos of my miniatures in progress...hehehe

Master Maenas....I'm totally agree with you and Master Milo about my Horse color..pfff...sad trully don't like me the color...I give to the horse a black Wash...now looks better....probably...I will change the color in a future...now I have more minis to paint hehehe. About the color scheme  you talk for the shield...is the same I have used in my RogRog Troll;).... but I want something more...dark....

Master Barliman....I change finally the Shield Color...  What do you thing now?wink, they are the sample miniatures from my Angmarian unit.....so the idea is paint similar scheme with all of them, only some small variation with the cloth colors!!

Sorry about the photos again...I have took the photos this morning befor go to job....so no to much time !!!tongue

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Angmarian warriors coming...
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Orc units...some armour finish paint, some skin main color
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Orcs (and one half troll)...skin color Black orcs mordor....
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something...diferent....Beorn in Bear form...mini diorama base....
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Master Milo...is one of the main responsables of this Insanity....lol

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#97 Mon, Nov23 2015 5:47pm

Milo
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Re: my work by: orc

Insane ? I feel it is very cool lol


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#98 Mon, Nov23 2015 6:30pm

Barliman
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Re: my work by: orc

Yes, Master Milo drives me mad too....


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#99 Mon, Nov23 2015 9:23pm

ddaines
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Re: my work by: orc

Great work there. very atmospheric with the background used.

There was a purple (and yellow, and green......) horse in the Emerald City so what's the problem lol

As an aside, I do wish CT would do something about those bloody annoying reins that look like the horses have a great metal blade about to take their heads off. I'm sure casting techniques could allow for a more realistic representation.

Anyhow, keep up the good work Orc.

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#100 Tue, Nov24 2015 8:51pm

Thingol
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Re: my work by: orc

I'm really enjoy watching your army of orcs and other villains... wink Master Orc....


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