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Before the known ages, the ancient gods, who were traveling through time and space, between galaxies and systems, between planets and moons, finally reached this small blue planet and its light gray moon. Millions of years ago, searching for the force on the dark side of this moon, they found the crystals that emitted enormous energy.
They took it with them and returned to the blue planet. With the use of the power from other dimensions they try to warp the crystal and use it for their own dark plans.
It quickly turned out that the crystal emitted too much power, a power that did not harmonize with the forces of the Ancient One. The symbiosis caused conflict and damage to the ancients. The warped crystal had been abandoned by them here... and for millions of years, it had lain, covered by layers of earth and sand in the darkness and silence...
Greetings from Andrzej (Ater), Jakub (MiniaturesArtTeam), and Pawel (PJG_sculptor). For some time we were working together on something on the side which finally became a big miniature project. We plan to put it together in a board-battle game!
But let's take small steps and start gently. In our first project, we want to offer you some miniatures from the world which were shown to us in the dreams by one guy, who calls himself Cthulhu (we know... it is quite weird, but the dreams were really cool).
Inspired by these visions, we create a new universe in the dark, steampunk/dieselpunk climate. Now we want to show you our project and we cordially invite you not only to participate in the project itself but also to create it. Please, share your thoughts and opinions with us! Please come closer, sit down and hear a story about the Crystocracy.
Here's a few of the 3d printed characters from the crowdfunded project by Kazrak Studio. They were done in resin, and have some very fine details.
John H. Damon, who likes to read old books written in strange languages:
Dr Weird Psychic, a student of the mystic arts who needs no introduction:
Laura Craft, field archaeologist and explorer:
And dear Dr Home, the brilliant surgeon with a lousy bedside manner:
All are presented on bases from Secret Weapon.
Painted this guy waaay back in April. Been a while since I did any show off threads... Anyway, had fun making his carapace look shiny. This was also a special needs Bathalian, coming to me with a missing tentacle. I was able to carve one out of some leftover sprue that I keep on hand for such emergencies.
I'm looking forward to painting his friends.
Having recently joined the airbrush crowd, I'm discovering how much i love blasting paint through it. Saving so so so so much time on my zenithal priming groups of minis.
Now that I've got the priming and ink through it, I'm curious about another medium going through - varnish.
I own satin and gloss varnish from liquitex. I've used them as brush on, which isn't my favorite. I want to know:
1. Has anyone used this in an airbrush?
2. If yes, how did you thin it? Did you use airbrush thinner or something else?
3. Does it require different means to clean after using?
I'm super paranoid about clogging or ruining this new tool of mine. I found out Stynylrez primer wasn't just pour in and go. Made for a fun clean up with my first go at priming.
There's a ton of stuff I'm seeing on testors dullcote from the bottle and mixing it with their thinner, but I'm hoping to use what i have if it's possible.
I'm not asking what you use as much as I'm seeking specifically "has anyone used liquitex varnish in their airbrush? "
And... any pictures of your results?
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