Hi, I finally met someone that is willing to lay and even got himself an AoBR boxset, since my minis were getting some heavy dust, I started to paint the warboss, here Is how I did it:
I began by black coating him and then using dark angels green for skin and machrite red for the clotching, then I drybrushed knarloc green and red scab respectibly the last part was to use gobling green in the skin as you can see that was the efect:
After that I was happy with the skin so I painted the pants and leather with scorched brown followed by dry brushed bestial brown and snakebite leather, for the metal parts I applied tin bitz and the boltgun.
After that I did tryed to do the boots with some astronomican grey to wash badad black but the result was too clean and repainted them adeptus battle grey I liked a lot better that decision.
Next was the turn to apply washes to everything first taraka green on the screen then devlan mud on everything else but the boots.
for the skull I used bestial bron as base then bleached bone then skull white after that I whased in devlan mud and highlighted with bleached bone.
For those wandering I did the straps with a clear color like dhened stone washed over with some brown washes as devlan mud or ogryn flesh
in the following pictures you can see that I did some lining with boltgun metal on the metal parts.
.So here is the final result is that the most used tool in painting my warboss were the washes that I definitibly love.
I hope this post help you.
One more thing I received great advice from my daughter on how to "PROPERLY" paint my miniature to the point that she helped a bit, here she is doing her magic:
Im a proud father.