As you are seeing, I am working on a big (for my standard) group of Nurgle miniatures, daemons and "humans". Probably this is going to be Nurgluary, or something similar (probably Plaguary... well I am not so good in these things!).
However, once I made a tutorial about Nurgle daemons but it is floating somewhere in the Warp, so I decided to do another time it, with some variations: that post was one of the most read on the old blog, and painting Nurgle is damn fun, so here we go.
I have removed the downloadable tutorial, they did not convinced me at all and, frankly, quite useless imho. I left the grid with image, and the step by step are going to be in a classical way. Hope you enjoy it.
As always this is not going the perfect tutorial about Nurgle, but how I have interpreted that theme, hoping to be helpful. The mood that you have to reach to paint in the way described on this tutorial is "lack of precision, gain of fun".
First, I use Agrellan Earth and some textured paint (not the GW one, but you can use one of these) to add more nice details to the daemons. Flat and wide areas are perfect for Agrellan. I already based the miniature, you'll understand why when you'll see the basing.
Now some Umber Wash on the shades, and, when dried, Black Wash in deepest places.
here. You can use also other colours.
Now add some gore/saliva with the tutorial mentioned above.
Somewhere I used some Dark Angel Green to add some slime/mold.
Here some results, hope you like it!