Years ago, I won this little guy in raffle.
I never really had guts to build it, I thought it’s too complicated and will take too much time.
Turned out I was wrong about all these aspects. It was fun and quick to build.
I decided to make him look dirty, as I’m disgusted with knights in shining armours – it means they never really fought ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) [I’m not super serious about it, it’s just my preference]
As usual, hand-painted with acrylics.
Recently I’ve received this miniature as a gift from my dear Friend, who knows way to much about me and my preferences. It’s so terribly wrong, I can’t stop loving it.
This one is original from Scibor Miniatures.
Cast itself is nice. Honestly, I skipped some prep-work, because… I admit, I just wanted to get to painting it. There were few bubbles (one on toes, one on cuffs), but it’s something I fixed with putty (and detailed later).
It’s fun to do something different from my usual figures.
And I even haven’t really touched that poor goblin yet.
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).