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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-19-11, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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Default [Commission] A few Bloodbowl things I did so far

Hi people,

In this thread I am going to showcase some BloodBowl stuffs I did as commission work over the past few years. It's not often that someone approaches you with BB stuff but I really like the style of the game and especially its laid-back attitude. It's also fairly seldom that you see BloodBowl minis in non-dedicated forums so I thought you might be interested.

This was the first one; pretty straightforward and with little requirement in too great painting quality:

Then came the frogmen:

Awesome minis; loads of fun to paint.

This little guy came with very specific ideas for how to paint him:

After that, for the same client, I did these:

...and now, for the above chaos team, the big guys (still very WIP of course):

These guys are not only awesome looking but also huge.

Then there was the BloodBowl mini I did for myself (and a little painting competition on Garage Gamer's blog.):

So I hope I'll be able to deliver you with finished pictures of the three big chaos guys (and the one little guy) very soon. Until then, I hope you enjoyed the pictures.

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wow frogmen, thats a very old set of minis, I love the designs you gave them, I've been thinking of getting into blood bowl, because I heard you pretty much need to get one set of guys, and a star player, and your ready to play pretty much, so its alot cheaper than warhammer.

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Really nice work Sigur! I love the frog guys and the chaos team are very cool as well. The little cheerleader diorama is a great idea and nicely executed! Keep up the good work.

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Great job, don't play bloodbowl myself but I love the specialist game range and I know when I see talent. +rep
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@Flindo: Thanks. The Frogmen team isn't old minis though. These aren't GW minis, they're made and sold by an awesome little company named Gaspez Art. Apart from that, I never played BB myself but I always hear great things about it and as you say, no big initial investment is needed. And I guess that the fact that BB has a HUGE and very active community all over the world pretty much speaks for itself. A lot of people don't have to think twice before calling BloodBowl when being asked for GW's best game to date.

@Midge913: Thanks.

@El: Cheers. :D

Alright, I planned to finish the big guys tonight and didn't quite make it due to that little two-headed bugger. So here's another WIP shot:

I really really like the models of the big guys. They're so great. Shame that the casting on the little guy is a little fuzzy.
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