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Post by pae » 19 Feb 2010, o 10:57

I took another extended break from painting for the second half of last year, and never posted pics of a couple of the ones I finished back then, so I'll open with those.

First, Wandyr le Sanguinaire (Rackham). This one was in the Wyrd TT/FF contest.

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Next up is Rhymaïs (Arte Factory). This was for the ReaperCon contest. I hated the original base, so I had just about abandoned it. At the last minute (ok--last few hours) I made a new one that was pretty basic.

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On to 2010. This Dark Sword piece was the first thing I painted after about 8 months off from painting. Kinda rough in spots, and the base sucks. But the person I painted it for was happy, so that's all that really matters, I guess.

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Finally, a gnome that Derek Schubert sculpted for Reaper, which I converted to look a bit more like one of my World of Warcraft characters. I'm not sure I'm ready to call this one done yet, so feel free to rip it apart. :-)

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Hopefully I'll do more this year than I've done over the past few years.

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Post by Pandadosmares » 19 Feb 2010, o 11:45

i really like the first two, the others are sweet but dont linke the minis :wink:

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Post by arctica » 19 Feb 2010, o 11:46

Some really excellent pieces there, the cloth on all the models in general are very well done and i keep looking at them again. The colours choices appeal to me since i like bright vibrant colours. The freehand is neat and well detailed :D

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Post by Barton » 19 Feb 2010, o 19:39

The water effect in the first one is GREAT. I liked it a lot. Your basing work is very good IMHO.
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Post by pae » 23 Feb 2010, o 09:43

Another one in the 'good enough' stage. This one is from Freebooter. I'm working on a different Freebooter figure currently, and that one will probably be finished later this week.

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Post by Nameless » 23 Feb 2010, o 09:49

I confirm, it's good enough :) still far from your best though. I miss some stronger highlights here.
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Post by pae » 27 Feb 2010, o 08:07

Another Freebooter done. I suppose I should start pushing myself again, now that the rust is starting to come off.

Time to prep some more minis.

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Post by arctica » 27 Feb 2010, o 12:19

Nice and clean i really like the detail of the wood grain on the spear. Nice highlights on the cloth of her trousers too.

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Post by pae » 17 Mar 2010, o 07:44

Here's the one that I was doing over in the WIP thread. I think I'm ready to call this one finished.

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I'm pretty happy with how the metallics turned out. It's definitely a change of pace from doing NMM.


edit: oh yeah...obligatory CMON link.
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Post by arctica » 17 Mar 2010, o 08:01

I like the metallics on this one alot, and seeing the tutorial wip you were doing on the other thread just really makes this an outstanding piece. Great information and a really well done model. The base is a little on the boring side but the model itself have some nice smooth blends, good contrasting colours which compliment each other and i like the metallics. Well done :) im rapidly becoming a fan of your paintwork.

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