I didn’t paint any orks in a LONG time so I decided to paint some for a change. It’s plastic Ork Mek from Games Workshop. I chose Bad Moonz color scheme (yellow and black elements). I wanted to paint him in bright vivid colows – I think I achieved that 🙂 It was nice change from blue Space Marines and I will paint more WH40K orks soon.
Recently I painted Space Hulk Genestealers squad of 5. Painted the same colors (Hive Fleet Leviathan paint scheme) as Tyranid Broodlord I did some time ago.
I know that 5 Tyranids is no swarm, but still it’s quite many for me 😉 And even more are on the way!
Recently I felt little nostalgic about unregretfully discontinued Rackham Confrontation, so I decided to paint one of these wonderfull minis from my collection. Here is Wolfen Lonewolf – quite big and heavy guy.
I painted him in rather natural and calm colors, just as regular hermit would look like 😉 As most of Rackham minis, he’s full of details (did you notice a snail on his stick?)
I put him on round base, as I prefer such to square ones. The ground is made of cork, I also put there a skull, some grass and various trash to make it look a little more interesting.
Recently I finished the biggest figure in my painting history – Druc, meat hulk from Mierce Miniatures. It’s huge piece of resin! The quality of the cast is really great – almost no mould lines and the texture of his cracked skin is just awesome. He assembled well, all the parts fitted perfectly, but nevertheless I used Milliput to hide the joints of his parts.
It’s also my first mini that I used airbrush not only for applying basecoat, but also for shading. It really saved me a lot of time. This is how he looked after skin shading with airbrush (before applying inks):
After that I applied Vallejo sepia ink and a drybrush with slightly lighter base color to emphasize the rich texture of his skin. I know it was a shortcut, but I didn’t want to paint every hollow separately. Then I used detail brush just to make last highlights on his skin. When I finished the skin, it was pretty much downhill (as he is almost 95% bare skin).
Here is finished “mini”. He stands on 100mm base, so you can see his size. On the last picture I placed 2 regular sized drunes (32mm size) for comparison.
And here’s second Ysian drunes archer (squad leader in a fact). He looks so tiny compared to Druc 🙂
As you can see, my drunes have gained massive support in form of Druc, meat hulk. And that’s not my last word in the subject of savage barbarians!
Here are another miniatures from Infinity that I recently painted. All from Combined army – I just like their look.