Well, I haven’t been here for a while.
But here’s an update! Just finished Warhammer 40k commission for my friend.
It’s Tyranid Scythed Hierodule from Forge World, hand-painted with Citadel paints.
I was supposed to make it look easy to copy for my friend.
I have a few started/ready to paint figures, but somehow I can’t make myself into mood to make any. I get distracted way too easily, can’t find enough time to just sit and paint without breaks, or my neck starts to hurt. Soon™.
Tamiya’s WWII German Machine Gunner (greatcoat) in 1/16 scale.
Figure is hand-painted, using Vallejo’s acrylics, Mr. Metal Color (stainless steel) and chalk pastels were used to achieve weathering effects.
Thanks to my Boyfriend, I can show you those amazing shots.
I don’t have much to tell about this one. I tried my best, yet I can’t say I’m 100% satisfied with results. I’ve learnt a lot about airbrushing and found a lot of new reasons to hate it. And varnishes. I hate them so much.
Still I think it was worth it. SD Miku from GK-Model.
It’s gift for my Friend.
Nice cast, didn’t require much work, fitting was really good – nice kit for beginners.
It’s (mostly) airbrushed with Vallejo Model Colour with addition of Daler-Rowney’s Interference Colours and Alclad2 Prismatic Sapphire.
I haven’t updated this place for quite a long time, but hopefully it’s going to change.
Since I started full-time job in November – my free time for kits got cut down drastically.
But. I managed to finish this Gwendolyn now and there’s hope for other kits!
She’s contest entry, for our GK group, I couldn’t post pictures earlier due to contest rules.
E2046 recast, not really awesome quality. Kit didn’t include base, I’ve made my own. Kit is both: hand-painted and airbrushed. Paints used: Vallejo Model Color acrylics, Dealer-Rowney’s Interference Colour (shimmering blue, shimmering violet), Pebeo Prisme Fantasy paints. Other materials: Glitter and some crystals normally used for nail decoration.
Crystals made using Copper(II) sulfate (I’ve grown those).