Not in a very big mood to write stuff, because everyone likes dragons, flames, space marines… so no point in arguing that the Salamanders are awesome 😀
Here’s a recently finished PART of a BIG commission for the Sons of Vulkan. Featuring a few characters , Dreadnoughts and troops of the line. All nicely painted up in a bit more militaristic custom scheme than the usual lively green Games Workshop accustomed us to and Forge World decals.
Check out the gallery for pics, and be sure to follow for updates on the project as more units are coming up…. shortly 😀
As Star Wars Legion rolls through the tabletop world, I couldn’t pass up a chance to paint a commissions of the (in my opinion) main character of the series… Darth Vader himself.
I had to give some thought towards how to do an all black miniature. Thankfully, with the help of Uncle Google I found some references detailing the composition (and materials used) for Vader suit which consists of glossy plastic, leather and fabric.
Then there’s the lightsaber. How to paint a cylindrical, transparent object which glows almost pure white from the inside so that it looking good on the tabletop from all angles, not just pure white. Went this way… hope you like it! And of course the glow…
Set on a Hoth themed base from The Empire Strikes Back (best of the series) makes the mini pop out more.
Necron – the new (well, old) and the old (well, very old)
With all the hype around the new Necrons coming out in the new edition of Warhammer 40k (if by any chance you live under a rock, here’s the trailer for the 9th edition of WH40K)
I dug up some pics from a commission I painted a while back (5 years!) – good old Necrons of which we might not see miniatures again! The custom colour scheme was something quite different, though with the passing of time i see how my skills have improved. Take a look, feel a bit nostalgic… and ready Your wallets for the HUGE amount of new Games Workshop metal skeletons coming within the next months!
Hi everyone! I’ve actually been around quite some time, lurking in the shadows, building up a portfolio of (at least half-) awesome miniatures to show to the world. While i’m struggling to appease the Machine Spirit of my camera, bear with me when it comes to the picture quality – it should improve over time… so should my painting skillz 😀
Here’s a small batch of stuff I’ve done more recently – since most are parts of larger commissions, I will be dropping updates in parts, all of which can soon be found in my gallery. Because honestly, you would get sick of seeing 100 yellow Imperial Fists or Death Guard (ok, getting sick here makes sense) REALLY fast 😀