Well time has gone by and I haven’t had a chance to post anything… Mainly due to my camera dying and the only photos I was able to get was with my old phone…
That being said I updated from my iRiver to a iPod Touch which gives me a better camera than what I had been using previously and if you have been following me in twitter or facebook you would have seen the numerous thing I have been taking photos of while painting.
That being said over the past 2 months I’ve been taking part in a number of painting contests on Facebook where I painted my new plastic Rasputina crew for a change.
As well as normally painting and basing the figures I used one of the Tablewar bases I had ordered a while back to put them on as well.
So have a look and let me know what you all think, if anyone is still following this site that is!
I thought that going for more of a brown on the Wendigo would make a nice change of all of the white ones we see out there. I also want to be able to paint brown better, it gave me a chance to practice.
With the Ice Gamin even tho I went for the blueish colour to them I didn’t want them carrying more ice and so I went with them carrying chunks of stone in which they can beat their enemies.
I’ve always been a fan of the sculpt of the December Acolyte and with a new one to come in plastic down the track I picked up the old metal one before they disappear. Personally I think the coat came out fantastically well and as you can see on Rasputina below I tried to get the same effect going on her coat as well.
The Ice Golem is one of my favourite sculpts and far outshines the original. I took it up from a dark blue to white in parts and trying to give the more exposed pointy parts a white end and the core of the body being a darker blue as if the spikes are slowly melting away and reforming. Also I didn’t like the huge part for his arm so I’ve left that one off and the connection point was carved down so it looks better.
And there finally is the gang all together on the Tablewar base which I think looks great…
Let me know in the comments what you think!