A collection of images that feature my painted miniatures. It features many of my award winning figures and terrain pieces painted since 2001.
The snow on the bases looks incredible. Any chance I could get an explanation/tutorial on your process?
The snow begins with a layer of flex paste to bulk out the snow. You can see this in one of my basing posts.Once the flex paste is dry, I paint it with blueish greys... almost like it is a glacier.Then using white elmer's glue, I glue on a layer of snow flock from woodland scenics. As you can see, it is transperent enouh to show the painted colors on the flex paste, and yet still give a fluffy snow texture. When the light hits it a certain way, you even get a bit of that same glitter effect :-)I hope that is helpful!
I love the dog....it reminds me of Gen. George S Pattons dog Willy. Rich
That thing was tiny! :-)