Commission snippets continue...
... and the first tactical squad is almost finished. Tell me what you think!
Hello! Got my hands on my commission stuff as I already told you with the creation of a test model. The sceme came out nicely and I am building the first squad.
As I was progressing though on my other commission piece (yes I got another one :P ) Blood Angels lord Mephisto (more on this chap soon...! ) I suddenly got this idea that can save some trouble. I suppose many of you use pins to hold your models as you paint them. I also suppose that many of you got GW's painting station. Well you can use the holes that you have for the brushes to hold your model straight avoiding splashes and colour smudges. I suppose many of you could have already figured it out but what the heck, I thought I would share this anywayz ... :P
ahh, just got my commission stuff and boy, they are a lot!! Up with my sleeves then and heads down to work. I've created a couple of paint scemes for the army and my client and I ended up between those two:
what do you think? Which one is the best?
... and what a joy, I placed 3rd, thanks to a fellow contestant's notice since a mistake had actually placed me 4th (thanks majestic ;) ) . Here's my Lich King from Mad Puppet, hope you like him
and why don't you leave me a vote here : http://www.coolminiornot.com/227981
Hi to everyone! Well some of you that probably remember my previous website will find the new look well... new! This is done for quite a lot of reasons but mostly because I would like to create something easier to update and maintain in a good working order, thus I thought of creating a blog.
I'm in the process of doing a lot of stuff ATM (read the first post for more details) and one of these is to modify this space to match my standards :P
So check back often, changes are soon to be follow!!