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.
Recently I decided to paint something blue (perhaps my favourite color), but not necessary Space Marines.
So here come the first of my blue PanOceania minis from Infinity. These are ORC troop and 2 Fusiliers.
Here come another 3 Infinity Combined Army figures – Speculo killer and 2 seed soldiers:
I used different colors for the minis, but the same for the bases, so the whole group looks as homogeneous as possible, considering the fast that all those aliens have really diverse look.
recently I discovered that there are different SF gaming systems then Warhammer 40.000 🙂 I decided to start my adventure with Infinity the Game. As the first I present you 3 Morats from Combined Army (some kind of aliens in this game).
Suryat – the oldest sculpt, painted as a trial model:
Zerat sniper, this one I like more, maybe because she is a girl 😉
Another Zerat, this time hacker (and in much more dynamic pose):
And here are all 3 minis together:
The quality of those metal minis is very good. There are many details that are fun to paint. Especially newer models are greatly sculpted.
The bases are standard ones that come with the figures. I put plastic card (about 1 mm thick) and some leftovers from plastic model kits. In some parts I drilled holes so that the base look more like spaceship floor.
You will certainly see more Infinity minis painted by me soon 🙂