Friday, September 16, 2016
This is a character figure from the old Rackham Confrontation line. I believe she's now available through Cadwallon. Anyway, I wanted something different from the typical "barbarian chick" paint job you normally see with this figure (or the unhealthy zombie look of the original box art). Instead, I wanted something similar to Jim Murray's Kavai the Wanderer.
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Friday, November 20, 2015
This is a scene I worked on for a long time in between other projects. It includes all Reaper figures, including Kjell Bloodbear, Rhasia the Zombie Master, and Dragoth the Defiler. I swapped out Dragoth's original sword, which I thought was too flimsy looking with one from an OOP Reaper undead warrior. I then mounted the three on a rock I found hiking and which I'd always thought would make a good base given the natural "step."
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Saturday, November 14, 2015
A recent commission involved painting the initial figures from Kingdom Death: Monster game. I've often admired the design of KD figures (even though most are NSFW), so it was fun to finally get to paint some. Here's the first two figures, the White Lion and one of the four Survivors.
Saturday, August 15, 2015
It's been awhile. Being an adult sucks. Anywho. Here's a commission I just finished. He wanted a Wraithlord to look like a Dark Eldar archon I painted for him a couple years ago. He also wanted LOTS of guns. I give you the Rambo of Wraithlords.
Monday, January 19, 2015
It's been awhile since I updated. Let me remedy that with an older figure, the halfling thief Hellakin Gorecutter (kinda silly name, really). This was one of my early experiments at NMM, as shown by the blade.
Monday, October 13, 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
This is Games Workshop's giant dragon ogre, called Shaggoth. The original figure holds a big two-handed battle ax, which I was't a fan of. So I cut the shaft in two, cut the ax blade in two and used green stuff to rebuild the lost pieces. Two axes looked more savage for a Khorne shaggoth. "A Khorne shaggoth? But it's Slaanesh pink!" I hear you say. And now I know why highlighting red is such a tricky business.
Friday, October 3, 2014
This is a Grenadier undead dragon, which that company made in the mid-1980s. This thing sat on the shelf for some time, partly because it's true lead and I was kind of afraid to start sanding and otherwise handling it. But it eventually came together very easily with only a little gap-filling necessary along the spine.