After reading this post on Dark Future Gaming's blog, I tried the weathing technique using foam, only I used it for painting the mud on the feet and around the base of the skirt on the Stompa. I like this technique, especially on such a large model. It was quick but I am going to need more practice on getting just the right amount of paint on the foam, that seems be to the trickiest part. For painting this mud, I used Scorched Brown followed by Bestial Brown. It gives it a nice 'not quite dried mud' look. I will definately be using this in technique in the future.
Next month's painting challenge project, Shoota/Spanna Boyz.
Note - After the problems I had taking good quality pictures of my Nurgle Blight Drone, I have spent some time researching photo tips for miniatures as well as Photo Boxes. Instead of using two lights, I added a third one. I put two level with the table pointed slightly up and a third one pointing down. In the future, I want to get a fourth light and have two lights point slightly down at an angle. I have also tinkered with the settings of my camera. These photos I took of the BMS are unedited and I think they turned out good, but there is probably room for improvement. What do you think?