Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.
This is my metal Korgug. I painted him up as a Wikkawak which is a white bugbear that lives in the northern snow covered climes of the Pathfinder world. In the picture the shield shading doesn't look deep enough, but I thought it looked good in person. I may have to take snother look and perhaps give it a thin coat of my walnut ink.
Also he's on a base similar to the giant I panted rather than a snow base because I intend to use him in Warlord and wanted him to have a base similar to other reven members.
edit: I may have to att a little more flocking to areas to cover up where more of where I cut away his broccoli base.
Finished this guy up over the weekend. Fairly happy with him. I really like how his base turned out.
*Sigh* After taking the photos though I am displeased with how I can;t keep paint on the fringes of his loincloth. Nothing even touched that spot and still paint has disappeared.
At any rate, the base is supposed to look like cracked stone with grass or moss in it.
Hello friends, I've officially finished 2 of the figures I started painting a week ago at Starbucks. Here are photos of the Beastman of Reven, and the Wraith Harvester. Both figures were speed painted with the Beastman getting about 4.5 hours of work, and the Wraith about 4. Both were also painted using only 6 colors, the same six for both figures; Brown Liner, Red Shadow, Worn Navy, Brilliant Green, Splintered Bone, Sun Yellow. I used my Reaper Round #1 for some details, but mostly just used cheap utility brushes for the 90% of what I painted.
These weren't painted to perfection, I just wanted to see what kind of results I could get with 6 colors and to get it done as quickly as possible as a personal challenge.
Feedback always welcome.
I started to paint my first cyclops today.
If someone did this mini and his maste, I would like to see how it was connected with his master. I'm not sure how I will do it in the moment.
First picture is little blurry, but I didn't do much, only painted skin and fur in vallejo royals purple:
After drying I painted the fur in vallejo pale yellow and used old GW Chestnut ink:
He lost his hand while painting him, I think I will use 2-component-glue this time.
Who's Online 40 Members, 3 Anonymous, 0 Guests (See full list)
- Doug Sundseth
- Al Capwn
- Knight of the Dinner Table
- Paradoxical Mouse
- Cranky Dog