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post #21 of 154 (permalink) Old 04-08-09, 09:43 AM
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Dude! That model is simply amazing! Its (painted) surface light quality is deep and rich...I hate you!
(j/k, fair play to ya and +rep!)

Nurgle...grrrr...arrrgh...

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post #22 of 154 (permalink) Old 05-05-09, 10:23 PM Thread Starter
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Some more random work ;) this was for a competition online on the WAMP forums, i actually won 3rd with this piece even tho i wasn't happy with the end result or the model. Nothing really clicked with this mini except the scenic base but that's removeable lol. Anyway have a lookie:



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Just 3rd. Thats lame, that mini is quality. Nice job painting its really inspiring.
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Well like wraithlord on CofC i painted a mini for the exchange, but i kept mine a super secret project until now ;) heh. Was definately a fun mini exchange and im happy with my first rackham model



Then for a wamp competition i managed to cook something up in about 4 hours of painting, the model is so small it's a tough model to paint, but still i like it

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mate, you are AMAZING

i hate seeing your work, cause it makes mine look inadiquite, but im sure i will practice and get as good as you one day.

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Great miniatures here as always moo. Not a clue what that last model is but it looks like a cool model and the paintjob is quality, it looks brilliantly dark and 'spooky'.

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A couple of nice models there moo.

I like the red on the rackham model, whatever it is. Do you have any more pics at different angels?

A very spook mini with the little girl. Reminds of a cross between Dr Who (Are you my mummy?), FEAR and the borg

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Nice minis moo.

How you did the grey tubes of the kid's back? I can't achiebe such smoothly greys.
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Thanks for the nice comments ,

@ Dirty Dog: it's just practice and patience, in general i will paint like 3-4 hours a night after work if im not working in the evening (2nd job :/) and been doing this routine for a while now and slowly getting better plus it's always good to get people's comments on work so you know where you can improve.

@red corsair: the model is from the fatal personality company which have a very small range but nicely sculpted figures, some raunchy models there too but this was my favourite one with a scary girl.

@Humakt: unfortunately i sent the model off already but i can ask the guy to take some better photos for me. FEAR was my motivation and inspiration on this one, loved that game. Headphones on + sound to the max + alone in a dark room + FEAR = recipe for a heart attack.

@AM: the tubules were quite easy actually they were just a black primer, with the foundation grey mixed with black and i worked my way up to fortress grey. Using thin layers of paint and by trying to keep the layers thin the paint generally has a higher water content so you can almost feather the layers together if you're quick enough. So it's a semi-wetblend/feathering technique using layers if that makes any sense :D it's generally how i paint most of my stuff altho i have been trying out more and more pure glazing, so time consuming but you can't deny the results :D

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Wow, everything is simply stunning and puts all my work to shame. You definitely have much talent there.
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