I dedicate this vignette to my grand uncle who was a very talented craftsman and inspired me in modeling since I was young. He passed away too soon on 15th of January - by chance thats my birthday. Rest In Peace, Gerd!
The Imperial Knight is almost finished and its time for the next fantasy project. I hope it fits here - although its supposed to be for wargaming, Im not playing with my figures.
What a beauty she is - but Neferata is a riot girl as well. Dont you come too close!
*sniff* Whats that? Burnt Flesh? ME? OH NO...
Whoever painted that figure - I instantly fell off my chair when I saw this picture. WOW!!!!!! Stunning and VERY motivating. Or frustrating? Lets see...
Last Edit: Jan 18, 2015 16:12:46 GMT -5 by tigrazor
Which small creatures do you mean, Ray? These shown below? And whats "You and your stuff!" supposed to mean?! LOL Questions, questions....
IF YOU ARE A VERY SENSITIVE PERSON, STOP READING RIGHT
Lets start something stupid.
Some months ago, a friend sponsored some very interesting figures, that fit here very well as an extra eyecatcher imho. Due to the fact that the forum can be read by almost everyone, I blacked the sensitive spots out. In natura they can be seen only in my showcase at home or on an expo.
Last Edit: Jan 13, 2015 12:47:28 GMT -5 by tigrazor
Hi there... lets continue with the small house dragon project. GW made a small mistake in the instructions. Pt. No. 81 is missing there, but its on the sprue. This is the back part of her crown. The other two parts got wrong nombers. Nothing too serious, but you wonder where this part is most probably.
A Dark Elf figure (now: Vampire Goddess) for the birthday kid:
the hair of the other figure had been resculpted:
Neferata makes her self a home on the bench:
And now some real luxury for the bench: Schmincke flip flop color. It turns from gold to some kind of magenta metallic. I have to make some experiences first with this color (brushing vs. airbrushing, dark primer vs. light primer etc.). 12 € for 28 ml is pretty expensive, so I have to be sure how it works!
New pictures... The spirits are on the base as well as some graves and skulls. Loads of different skulls, of course.Although they consist of only some parts, the spirit ghosts are more complex than I thought. Not so easy to glue them together.
Post by kaytermarram on Jan 19, 2015 14:09:17 GMT -5
The whole skeletton and mummy stuff looks really good. This is all inclueded in the kit?? I for myself have always a bit trouble with sculpted elements like fire. It always not really "gripable" and I like to do things that exists in three dimensions more. Anyway, this kit here looks really demanding!
Hmmmm, plum pudding. Oh wait, its bird sand, glue and water!
It dried over night and left some thin fine crackles here and there - like it should:
Some more details...
The samurai helmets are supposed to be on 28mm samurai figures like the WargamesFactory ones. I found them much too late, the dio was done before I had them here - Murphy struck again. Dont find the link, but the dio itself looks like that, maybe you remember it - was one of the first Ive done for MSC.
Post by kaytermarram on Jan 20, 2015 7:34:06 GMT -5
The coming out skelettons look cool, just the way they should. They were inclueded in the kit? And heck, I remember the Samurai Dio from anywhere else, some German Forum, way back some years. But my brain, my brain... I cannot recall where...
As one of our colleagues just said, I grab too a chair and sit confortably to see what's next. Because what you're doing there is an eye catching scene. And makes me looking sad to a small vignette LoR Wargames still sitting abandoned in my window display. Keep it on, my friend! Nicolae