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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: April 12, 2008, 10:08:05 AM »
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Skin is a tad white for me, even for morr followers
Yeah I really went for the super pale look to go with the black and purple, probably not that realistic but I like it...

Thanks for all the kind words guys.

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: April 10, 2008, 09:08:16 PM »
Arise thread!

Well I have been slowly progressing with my warband, I'm sorry that I haven't been able to post updates but I am finished the whole lot now so here they are:

The whole lot:


Hounds of Morr:


Flagellants:


Richter The Acolyte and Kreuger, Keeper of Skuls:


Lucien:


Driej, High Priest of Morr:

 
Comments, criticisms, expressions of disgust?

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 17, 2008, 08:55:51 AM »
Can't say I'm too fond of him (or his band) myself mate, he just happened to be a perfect example of a nicely Morr like (and emo) face. Any male who wears eye-makeup is sure to be a dubious individual indeed...

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 17, 2008, 12:58:13 AM »
Oh yes and my inspiration for the face:



 :happy:

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 15, 2008, 01:50:49 AM »
Ok well I have finally finished the first guy! And here he is (the pics came out kind of grainy but you get the idea):






Hmm the photos really show up a couple of mistakes which I shall try and fix up, like the right hand on the spear and the left hand side of his face is a bit heavy on the white.

Opinions?

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Knights of Moor
« on: January 05, 2008, 08:35:19 PM »
Hi! You can try and paint the normal heads to be quite sinister just by using a different skin tone and accentuating the shadows under the eyes. I am doing a Morr warband (blog on this forum) and I'm going to try for a pale greyish skin tone, maybe with a tinge of purple in there as well. Just have a play around and see what works.

For your colour scheme I think black should be the main colour but I think purple or dark red looks nice thrown in with the black (I'm using purple) and then some old silver and/or bronze metal for the metal bits.

Hope that helps! Also there are a few Morr blogs on here so check those out for inspiration, just flick through the pages in the painting section.

Oh and Moor is spelt Morr :engel:

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 04, 2008, 07:49:41 PM »
@ Velead: If you mean how I sculpted it, like Crimson said, it is quite a simple thing to do, all I did was put a layer of putty (GS) over the whole area then stabbed a pin into it and flicked down, it's the first time I've tried it and I think it worked pretty well :smile2: Oh and if you meant how I painted it: Basecoat of black the drybrush Codex Grey, Fortress Grey and finally a little Skull White.

@ Van Der Steegh: The purple highlighting is a bit hard to see in the photo but yes I was thinking of another, quite a bit lighter highlight right on the edges.

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 04, 2008, 01:48:11 AM »
Some WIPage for you all :happy::




The checks on his collar I'm not so sure about, they could still do with some tidying up but I think it looks ok... Opinions?

Now I must return to the painting table! :engel:

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 02, 2008, 09:04:12 PM »
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I think you should carve off he fur and make him hunchbacked instead
I did think of that but since I used a Knight head on the Man at Arms body he is already a bit hunched, and I couldn't think how to sculpt it anyway! :unsure:

Thank you for the comments Malvino, you own work is fantastic, something I can aspire to maybe one day! I am still quite young so not been drawing long, plenty of room for improvement!

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: January 02, 2008, 04:11:11 AM »
And here he is ready for uncoating, all sculpting complete. He has got himself a bit of fur around his shoulders which I think goes with the look nicely and a bit of parchment across his right shoulder to cover the scar where I cut off his Bret symbol thingy and to add interest.





He will be undercoated black and I will paint his coat black with the robe underneath either purple or red. I want to paint his skin quite pale and almost grey looking, with dark lines under his eyes to make him look nicely gaunt. I'll put up a couple of WIP pics on the way.

Stay tuned!

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The Brush and Palette / Re: Cult of Morr Warband
« on: December 30, 2007, 09:38:01 PM »
Ok here is my first guy assembled, though I might make some changes later. He is made from mostly Brettonian Men At Arms parts with a head which I thought looked suitably depressed off the Knights sprue. I still need to do the green stuffing on him and I think I'm going to sculpt a sash thing across from his right shoulder to his waist and maybe some parchment on his right shoulder, as well as tidying up some other parts such as adding a ring on the top of the lantern.





Hoping to have him ready for painting tonight (give me something to do ;)).

Thoughts?

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The Brush and Palette / Cult of Morr Warband
« on: December 28, 2007, 02:13:51 AM »
Hi, I am doing a Cult of Morr warband for a Morheim campaign at our club so I thought I would do a blog of it here so you guys can give me some advice. So, onwards.

Seems like I, like a lot of other people, upon reading the Empire section of the new rulebook noted the short section on Morr and was inspired to do an army, or in this case a warband.

I will use them as a Witch Hunters warband as the units fit the theme quite well (I will rename the units to be more Morr like).

The symbol of Morr is the black rose of Morr or the raven, but I also think things like spiders, snakes, toads, keys, skulls and bones fit nicely with the image. Also items like torches, chains, books, candles, scythes and scrolls will feature on the models. Mostly I want them to be wearing black robes with bits of red or purple and a little old, corroded armour. I will try and make them quite old and weathered looking and plan to do a lot of converting so each model is very individual and fits the image I have in mind.

I did a couple of sketches (concept art ;)) to help with the visualisation and as a plan for some of the models I may try to make.



I like the robes and skull mask of this guy so he may end up as my leader (High Priest of Morr or Chaplain). I will probably use the robes from the new Empire Wizards with a bit of roughing up and painted black as the basis for this guy and then work on his arms, I'm not too sure about the left arm but I like the torch idea.



This guy I'm not so sure about, just an idea I had for a phantom of the opera type mask which turned out ok, but I think his back spikes thing is quite interesting and will probably be something I use, maybe with a few candles and skulls and stuff on there as well. He is meant to be holding a black rose in his right hand which I guess I will have to sculpt but this guy will probably be changed more than the first guy when (if) I make him. I do like the idea of the skull knee plate things and the patches of armour he has though. He will probably just be a standard guy or else a minor character (Acolyte or Justicar).

To make the other models I will either buy a Flagellant box or some other suitably robed models.

Any comments are greatly appreciated!

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