"Few Orks have travelled into the deep desert and
returned to tell the tale. Mutie raiders, rival Orks
and rebel Grots are but the least of the dangers
for a prospective explorer. First of all it is easy to
simply get lost and wander the wastes until thirst
and heat kill you. In the depths of the desert there
are deep seams of fine dust where buggies or
bikes sink under in an instant. Apparently solid
plains of rock can fracture and drop travellers to
their deaths in subterranean caverns. Towering
windstorms can whip up without warning to bury
warriors and their machines or suck them up to
be torn apart in their spinning vortices.
Nonetheless some try and a few return, although
none of them have found anywhere worth going
back to."

For this project (experiment) I used inspiration from GorkaMorka books in quite expressionistic kinda way.
I would greatly appreciated on your feedback, because in my opinion this current approach is not explored enough in miniature art.
So please tell me what do you think?
  • Aleksandra Cvetanovski

    Yeah,  as I had opportunity to follow project from it’s very start, I am happy to have it here as one of my very favorite ^_^

    • Marko Miladinović

      And you know how hard it was to glue that butterfly on top of his cap. :D

  • Roman "Light_one" Gruba

    Great scene and painting style man! That’s deserves a gold without a doubt!

  • Anton Pryakhin "Seemann"

    Amazing colors. However as always:) Gold.

  • Nicolas "Gros Peintre" Réant

    Very interesting approach !

    I love the way you used colors. It’s like looking at a drawing or an illustration.
    How many différent colors did you use ?

    I find this way of painting absolutely stunning and very inspiring.

    Well deserved gold ! (because of your work and because of Gorkamorka, a true evidence of good taste…)

    • Marko Miladinović

      Thank you very much, that is the effect that I tried to get. I combine cold and warm colors to get middle tone. For example on the base I only used 3 colors, ochre, braon and blue. So that green turquoise in shadows is a result of ochre and blue mix. I’m working on tutorial on this topic, I hope it will be useful. Thanks again friend! :)

  • Ken "Macca Chung" Lim

    Fantastic Marko! Love the use of colour especially in the cart. The piece really captures a moment in time.

    • Marko Miladinović

      Thanks Macca Chung, I tried to make more dynamic scene with this piece, I enjoyed working on little details such as butterfly, screwdriver and pipe. Converting and painting things like those are always great fun. :)

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    This is something crazy. I like crazy. Keep on happy painting!

  • Ben Baird

    Gotta keep Em’ saturated!!! (Music)

  • François Lozach

    Definitely your style !! so many colors, I would be affraid to use, but it works; ) very cool

    • Marko Miladinović

      Thanks mate, this was tryout. I will use knowledge from this project and put it on future ones. :)

  • Michael Volquarts

    nice painting marko….