Quality painting time seems to be restricted to the weekends at the moment which is pretty frustrating. On the positive side of things I managed to make considerable progress (for me) on the converted Scourge this weekend just passed.
I've painted almost all of the flesh areas and made a good start on the armour. Working up from a base of Dheneb Stone I shaded with washes of Gryphonne Sepia & Ogryn Flesh. The yellow brown tones of the Gryphonne Sepia are dominant on the lower part of the legs but give way to the red/brown tones of the Ogryn Flesh. I mixed the shading wash with Dheneb Stone to build up some highlighting. This need a lot of dilution and carefull handling as the Dheneb Stone can develop a gritty texture. To give a bit more life and interest to the flesh tones I introduced some glazes of Dwarf flesh and Ice blue. Both colours were added the earlier highlight mix. Final highlights were then worked up with a Dheneb Stone/Skull White mix to give a palid waxy looking finish.
I need to adjust the armour colour towards something a bit more neutral as it's a too blue for what I want but I feel it's going in the right direction.