A collection of images that feature my painted miniatures. It features many of my award winning figures and terrain pieces painted since 2001.
- Blood Bowl Teams
- Step By Step: Painting a Predator
- Using the 'Shaded Basecoat' Technique to paint Saurus warriors
- Step By Step armor for Tomb Kings Horsemen
- Step by Step painting of a Gamezone Cold One
- Painting a marble and tile flying base
- How I photograph my miniatures: A window into my photo booth
Monday, September 3, 2012
Group shots of the converted Vostroyand command squad
Well, photobucket is still doing strange things, so let's see if this works. I promised group shots of the command squad, so here they are! For those not familiar with the individual images, you can scroll back a few posts in the Imperial Guard section, and you will get the WIP images and so on.
Here's a top view to give you a better look at how the bases work together...
Another set of group shots from behind the squad...
Work In Progress: Tomb Kings Warsphinx
As I begin work on the Tomb King that is riding this big guy, I realized that I had never posted any images of it!
This piece is about 70% finished. Lots of work yet to do!
I had to change the color of the "flesh" from dark green to the same purple/blue that was used on all the other constructs. The original intent was to have the same sort of skulls and demon faces show up on the sides of the Sphinx as the floor. However, once I established the other color scheme, it just seemed to work a lot better!
Some of you might recognize the skull face on the back of the howdah from the lower level of the tomb...
Also, the floor of the howdah has the same design which you can see on the ground level of the tomb complex (the dais), and on the bases of the big chariot unit.
Here's one more view from the top:
I will post pictures of the King as soon as he is done. :-)
The mini that just wouldn't die... Imperial Fists Master of the Forge
This is one of those figures that you think is almost done, until it is several hours later... or even a few days!
There were at least 3 times where I thought I had this guy just about done, only to discover that there was a lot more work to do. :-) At long last, however, he is complete!
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