Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Some (nearly) finished stuff

Lots of minis this blog- not one completely done,  but very close.  My camera phone does not do a good job in low light- I must dig out the digital cam that I used at the start of the blog.

Enjoy!

17 comments:

  1. loving the colour work on these! especially the nurgle conversion and the dragonslayer... *mild envy*

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  2. Wow ! Love the Blanche Hommage in the first picture ! The Skrag and dwarf slayer are also top notch.
    You can get the good camear out, they totally diserve it all !

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  3. That Blanche hommage is top notch.

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  4. Looking super sweet Dave. God I love that ogre range.

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  5. These are looking fantastic! I love the way you give manage to convey texture in colors. I love how you painted the wooden club of the orc in the third picture,and I love the chickeny legs of the demon on the left in the first picture.

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  6. That Nurgle champion is looking wonderful. I find your use of colour, the tones you have achieved so stunning. It's not mild envy from me. It's massive envy!

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  7. Wow, really awesome paint jobs. You really do that old lead justice.

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  8. Very nice work.

    I would be interested to know how you achieve the orc/k skin, as I am currently trying to achieve something similar.

    Look forward to seeing them all finished.

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  9. I'll put a vote in for that!

    I just love reading tutorials, always good to pick up a new technique or two :)

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  10. I think you are committed to doing the tutorial now.

    :)

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  11. I have to say I love seeing proper greenskin orcs. Nice one!

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  12. Fantastic - the "head with legs" character is just grotesquely beautiful!
    /Hans

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  13. Great stuff, love the fore and the warhammer Orc especially

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  14. Just catching up on your blog and wanted to say that those are some really nice figures.

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