Monday, September 27, 2010
This guy was fun to set up even if he isn't the most restrained on his base. I just couldn't get more than the one pin in him to hold him up so he immediatly broke the glue bond and spins on the pin. At least he hasn't come completly free yet. Still I think he works well with Liliths crew. The wings came out fairly well. I could have gone for more coloring but as a cherub I wanted to keep his wings predominatly white/grey in coloring. Looking back thougha nice brown for the leading edge of the wing (the top) would have helped stand out that diffrence and made the model stand out more.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Definitely enjoy models like these, they take very little real effort to produce excellent miniatures on the table. I of course painted him to match up with my Pandora crew from months ago as he is her totem. I've yet to actually play a game with this piece. I've not touched pandora in months. Still a decent piece. I got in the core Neverborn colors that I have been using to help mark the faction when I am able. Both the purple is their in the skin details and the green is everpresent.
Monday, September 20, 2010
So I really wasn't wanting to paint this guy when I started. Moss green with green seemed to much blah. As I got into it though it really started to come together. Mixing up the greens I used and really just picking out details on the model after painted and drybrshing the whole model one color to start with. This system seemed to really help Bad Juju come together.
Sunday, September 19, 2010
I was reading my way through the Harry Dresden series when I painted this guy. This model is exactly as I was mentaly picturing some of the Fallen from the books, namely the wife who runs the more chaotic branch. Only her form is more bug/locust in style rather than woods. Still this is the pose/look I pictured in my mind.
Friday, September 17, 2010
I really enjoy these models. both in working on them as well as on the table. I just love the overall cast of a vegitive predator. I thin think the eyes on these models really pop out at you and bring a level of malice to the piece it didn't have before.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Saturday, September 11, 2010
After finishing this guy up and basing him I realized it looks like he is reaching down to collect the discarded bottle in the water. Yay for the eco freindly Neverborn. Aside from that though I used the good ol' Neverborn purple as I call it to highlight his fins. Thus keeping him tied to the faction.
Friday, September 10, 2010
Here is the Voodo Totem for Zoraida. A neat little model. I am actually looking forward to the upcoming Puppet Armies game that Wyrd is putting out. It's going to have puppets versions of many of the models from the game. Being a gamer whore as I am I'll likely pick them up. I'll even likely use them to swap out this model as I Conduit various models. Making my totem reflect who its linked with.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Here is my finished up Zoraida. Now any of you who actually play this game may notice some changes I made to the model. Namely I green stuffed up her apron to actually go over her chest. Old marm saggy was not something I wanted to see on the table so I worked up some additional appron for her. I think that work came out pretty good actually. Considering this is my first attempt at really any kind of green stuffed skulpt. Aside from having to many similar colored articles about her person, dress, skin, inside of the cloak. I don't think she came out to bad. I really felt it was looking horrid until I got her ont he base and with all the dolls. They helped to create some more color around her and really make her shine. She is one of the more bulky masters on the table. That always seemed odd for being the frail old woman. Still she came out well.