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Into the Wilds: Wargs and Rocks

 Just a quick hobby update today! I'm working my way through some 3D printed rocks just to have some fun, easy scatter terrain. I found these on Thingiverse for free and they're just perfect for wargaming. To paint them I sprayed cheapo Grey. Then I randomly washed a few spots with GW washes- yellow, green, brown, and a spot of red here and there. Next came a heavy light grey drybrush over that followed by another white drybrush. Then I just added some static grass and tufts and... done.

I also speed painted some Wild Wargs to bolster my growing Angmar army. Nothing fancy, just contrast paints to get them done ASAP! The fur is various colors: Gor Grunta Fur, Garaghak's Sewer, Aggaros Dunes, and Apothecary White. The skin is Space Wolves Grey. Nothing fancy just slapped it on and done. Didn't even bother with the gaps... which normally doesn't bother me but here, it's glaring! Still, I'm a volume guy so... moving on.


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