Another commission project all done up, the Goblin Big Boss on his Giant Spider and Wulfrik the Wanderer.
The Goblin Boss’s Spider was a challenge to paint. Client wanted the same style as GW’s. Explored few methods to paint, and finally decided on to use the dry brush method. After base coat of Citadel Chaos Black, the spider was based with Citadel Kantor Blue, then washed with Citadel Nuln Oil. Once dried, the spider was dry brushed with Citadel Dheneb Stone over a few layers in a same rhythm stroke. The high points were then dry brushed with Skull White for the highlights. I was able to achieve as close as to the way GW painted on their website.
The Goblin Boss was as usual as exciting to paint as the Spider. The large amount of details and spider webbing was another challenge, pretty same experience and feel as the Giant Arachnarok Spider’s Goblins. Once completed, the Goblin Boss was glued to the throne on the Spider. I then based the base with sand, got it painted then grassed, and finally glued the spider onto the base.
For Wulfrik, I must say there were a lot of details on his body. I was pretty lost when I started, really could not decide where to begin… haha. There were many detailed sculpt of human head collection trophies and skins. The exciting experience to painting Wulfrik was definitely all the prize trophies and details he had all over. Wulfrik does not have a major mass of colour to shade, but the amount of details on him took up most of the time in detailing painting him. I was thrilled for Wulfrik as I brought life to his trophies with colours and brushes!
Once the Goblin Boss and Wulfrik were all done, they were protected with purity seal and packed into the usual packing for my commission projects. Now they are all ready to deliver… cheers!