Monday, March 25, 2013

It's your move, part 2...

Tonight we have the other figures which I painted from that Revelation Miniatures chess set.  First, the  King.

And then the Rook.

It would be interesting to paint these guys today, with all the techniques I have learned since I first painted these figures.  So much potential for the powders here...

Crash Landing

This base was fashioned in honor of the "crashed plane" sculpture that the city, in its infinite wisdom, placed right in front of the main bus/train terminal that leads into Midway Airport.  

I am not sure what it was supposed to be, but it is made of polished steel of some kind, and looks just like a plane has crashed, with the tail sticking up out of the ground.

So, I could not resist making one as a base for the Archon's Venom!

It was a very fun base to make, and must be the most painting I have ever had to do on a 60mm base!

I continued the same "Broken Blade" color scheme and freehand as I have done on the smaller bases.

I also started to slap some colors on the Archon's venom.  Yes, I realize that I will never be able to hide this thing behind cover, but it doesn't seem to matter much with the new rule set anyway...

I figured that I would just have myself some fun with the bases instead! :-)

Send in the Gnolls, part 2

OK!  Here are the rest of those furry guys!!

As I mentioned in the other post, this is a mix of Reaper and other companies...

This archer was very fun!