Here is Tyranid Broodlord I painted recently. It’s my first painted Tyranid (and probably not the last one). Painted in Hive Fleet Leviathan paint scheme (white skin + purple carapace). Quite a big and scary beast! The base depicts alien infested space base.
This was a nice change from other minis I recently painted.
Here are some Ultramarines I recently painted:
Space marine captain:
Librarian with power axe
Chaplain in terminator armor
And here’s something not from Warhammer 40K – another of my Seed soldiers for Infinity.
After participating in 2 Red Box Games Kickstarter campaigns I obtained some nice figures, that (at least partially) I decided to paint. The first one is Svartulf the Savage, a Conan-like warrior with really nasty looking sword. As you can see he’s got a lot of muscles and therefore painting his skin was the most time-consuming, although the final effect was worth it. The armor parts are painted as a worn out and rusty ones. I put him on 40mm wood-themed base (he was too big for a 25mm one).
I also painted Egilhard the Peacemaker – a classical looking viking mini. I painted him in rather natural, earth colors (mostly browns and greens). Painting his shield was quite a fun too.
Overall, Red Box Games figures are really nice, full of details and fun to paint minis. I will surely paint some more of them soon.
For a change I decided to paint Snorri from Nocturna Models, funny little dwarf with a bag. It’s 54mm mini, so he’s not so small compared to 32mm figures I usually paint.
Painting him was a nice experience. He doesn’t have too many details, so it was rather a fast paintjob. I decided to use sililar bright colors as on manufacturer’s site. I put him on 30mm wooden cube and used some ribbish to simulate forest undergrowth.
By the way, here’s another mini for my Infinity collection – The Shrouded for Combined Army. Another nice and fast paintjob 😉
Everybody needs a change once in a while, so I wanted to paint something diferent – different subject and different color. Here is Skoll the protector – a little troll with big sword from Anastyr. I decided to paint him in bright colors. It was also a test in painting green skin – as a base color Vallejo Goblin Green works just fine. The rust on the sword is made of dry pigments – I wanted something simple and effective 😉
And here is another miniature – Twilight Knight from Kingdom Death. In this mini I aimed for bright reds with other colors faded. This was some kind of experiment for me, as I did not pain this way before.