by Roman aka jar
The little scene of autumn is now up for ebay - you can find the auction placed here!
posted by Oli, HonourGuard, silver leaf
I started to paint the Hasslefree demon just for fun. After I have started, I decided to paint it as good as possible. I wanted to look him, not like all the other demons from hasslefree, that is why I used these turquis/blue colours and gave him an old/gold blade. I got some nice train in freehands here, on his shorts, on the sixpack and I am very proud of the wood. I painted very long that night, I was so tired at work on the next day :D But I think the result was it worth :P
It was an idea of my father to let him stand on the dirorama with the joker from Automaton. I am not sure if the whole diorama shows all thoughts of me. But I think, everyone with a little bit of creativity can think something to it, at least if it is, *Damn, what does this little demon on the top of the gallow!!* :P
I am going to add some more pictures and a little report in 2 weeks after the DUZI, until that I will fight with my camera, because sometimes, she don't do what I want her to do... it's crazy :D
And always when I want to make photos of something big, I just have a little sharp point, and the rest is blear :/
Always paint for fun, thats the best way in getting better and especially with being happy with the results, I forget this from time to time :D
I will add some more things to the base, but the main part is done now :) I am so happy that this stupid balsa wood is painted now, such big surfaces aren't my appointment :D
sorry for the small picture.. Better pictures and some words to the story will follow.
Detail shots of my Hasslefree Demon, but he is a very small guy, ca.14 mm high;
Let me know what you think :)
Best regards Oli
I recently started a Necron army of my very own. When I bought these guys I was so sure that I was going to do something in a ceramic style. Then I saw your photo over at miniwargaming.
I just can't get over how good this guy looks. I'd love to base my army on your paint scheme here. I was hoping you might remember what it is that you were using to get those results. Any info you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
I found your website after being linked to that photo in an image search. Keep up the great work!
All the best,
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"...a vampire counts armybook i was very inspired by artwork on the cover
So, the picture depicts a powerful vampire clad in gleaming red(blood red!) armour and surrounded by a sea of undead minions. I think it's awesome)
Actually now I want to create on my shelf a small army led by a vampire in a shining crimson armor. So, this is my question - how to create this effect on armor. Use paint and varnish or red metallic? something else? I am sure you may have some ideas on this. Very interesting to hear your thoughts about this."
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It was a dark and rainy day when Druid master sent Viglur into the woods to collect some mushrooms. As the young druid was crossing the deep forest in search of those mushrooms he found one big evil looking mushroom talking to him. He got lulled by the words of the mushroom and slowly reached out for it to follow its command - eat it! The next day they found Viglur, the young druid dead in the woods and one joking squirrel was blaimed for murder as it was hiding behind the evil mushroom and was responsable for the magic that killed Viglur... this bust shows Viglur in his last moments, while realizing what he did wrong and also the first effects of the mushroom...The beard was made with Blister Foam and super glue in a moment of mad muse kissing :)