I have been digging through my workbench models and realised I had a fair few Forge World Ork Weapons.
One model I have purchased was an Ork KilKannon. I am intending to use it with my Ork vehicles. I decided that I would paint the main KillKannon with Leadbelcher, now that Boltgun Metal is no longer available.
Having sent off for some of this Leadbelcher paint, I also included the Ork Flesh Contrast Paint in my order, as I was interested to see how these would work for my Orks. In a test I decided to paint the Krew of my Forge World Ork heavy weapons with the contrast paint.
I have to say I was quite impressed with the results on only a single coat.
Here are some of the other Grot Krew, which I will use the same process for.
I then added some highlights to the Grot using Warboss Green initially and then a mix of Warboss Green with Flash Gitz Yellow.
For the nails and teeth, I used Ushabti Bone and then added highlights using white paint.
Here are the other two krew using the Ork Flesh contrast paint.
I added some highlights to the Grots using Warboss Green.
I then used Citadel Dry paint, Niblet Green to add highlights. I then did further highlights using Hexos Palesun. These are the three Krew, the one on the left is further ahead.
I painted the equipment of the Grotz with Leadbelcher.
I then painted their nails with Ushabti Bone.
See the workbench feature on the KillKannon.