Just a few days until Adepticon :) I have my Crystal Brush entries squared away and the only bit of painting left is a custom Asawira model for my Haqqislam force. The current versiont is pretty outdated and I don't see an new sculpt in the near future so I decided to build my own. Which gave me chance to pick a heavy infantry from another faction as my basis. I went straight for the Morats and picked a suryat with HMG. The rest was done with putty, plasic rod, and a naffatun Head.
I've stuck to a tabletop level as my standard for the Green Bastards (parts unkown) but for this piece, as he's a bit of hammer And anvil, I decided to go a little further.
I'll finish him off today and squeeze out one more post before Adepticon. Then the shenanigans can begin!
I've been a busy grit getting moving house and painting when I can this week. It's nice to have the jungleboyz taking to a proper display base. I've paintedany units in the past (take that how you want) but never with an imbedded display board. New! Fun! Yellow!
Next step will be building up the jungle around the Boyz, I'm thinking some tall ruins will create a fitting backdrop and of course, more shades of green :)
Painted in an afternoon, a couple more pieces for the folks over at This is Not a Test. Two ordinarily less threatening monsters made horrifying by a dystopian vision of the future ala early Sci-fi cinema. Fun!
I'm back! California was great and I'm planning to return. Pretty much going to go nomad in the future but I'll save that for another post. For now it's back business and business in very busy :) This is a piece I started right before leaving and couldn't quite give it the time it needed, so I finished it up the day I got home ha.
Currently I'm on vacation visiting some friends in California. Letting my creative juices build back up and taking in the scenery and I've found a lot of inspiration. I'm always surprised when nature makes something you wouldn't put together as a miniature project, no matter how alien the setting.
Once I posed by the ocean, this is the moment after.
You're not seeing it wrong, this is a different Wraithknight from last time..I decided to switch gears quick and start a project I could finish before my vacation. I'll be visiting California this weekend for a hefty 10 days. I might be moving there so I have some research to do. So here is the result of that gear switching, a craftoworld Mymera Wraithknight!
At this point I'm on to the brushwork. I'm trying to finish this by tomorrow night so it might be a photo finish. Time will tell!