A quick 4 hrs to paint them up.. but dedicated to the slime gods indeed. I had a lot of fun painting them up, and below are some of the step by step photos of the work on them. Really easy to paint up in the end.
Also I have to give credit where credit is due here.. Ron from fromthewarp Blog fame ( who is taking an undetemined hiatus from the blog-o-sphere ) was the one that helped me come up with the color scheme for the guys here. Starting with Rakesh Flesh, and washed with Delvan mud a few times to give it the appropriate shade. Then just streaking it with green, brown and black accordingly.
Hope you enjoy, and have a great weekend! I'm off to Mersin to attend a wedding/engagement/2-people-joining-together-for-the-rest-of-their-life-ceremony with the family. Should be fun!
WIP shots below..
Initial layer of Rakesh flesh primed over black with the airbrush.
Initial wash of Delvan mud ( Army painter Strong Tone now )..
Boltgun metal for all metal parts..
Tallern Flesh for the organic pieces..
More Army Painter Strong, and Dark Tone washes applied here..
Some details picked out like the vials backpack, and the streaking of goo begins..
And again, finished produce with rush effects added. Lenses all done with Forged Monkey Laser Red pigments!