First up is the test gor model. I dipped him, so he might need a little more dullcote. I started with Army Painter human flesh primer color then basecoated all his details. This should make it easy to pump out tons of gors pretty quickly.
Secret Weapon Miniatures skulls. I also gave him a blue loincloth.
I think the dip came out pretty well. Beastmen are basically covered in feces, flies, and fur. The brown dip shows that pretty well. I do have to dullcote him again, I think. I really like his shield - it is a Tzeentch icon from 40k.Gamers Sanctuary. This was a really good deal. Even without the deal, however, I still would have based all the beasts like this. It just works so well as opposed to the method I was using before - putting a rare earth magnet on each base. The bases would fly across the room and smash together and fall off - sometimes even breaking the model!
After that, I put metal sheets in each base. I wasn't looking forward to this as I thought they'd be sharp all the time, but K & S produces some sheets that are easily cut with scissors. They even come in 4x10 sheets which are the perfect size for horde movement trays. I was able to find these at Hobby Lobby for about $1.50 per sheet. It is possible to use rubberized magnet sheets, but I found these to be too weak.