Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The Hunter-Hunter Hunter - Kingdom Death early survivors and monsters.

...which would be the Butcher, I guess.

Either way, I think these guys look pretty snazzy together. The Butcher and Screaming Antelope have a bit more pop than I've given them in the past, but are pretty similar to ones I've done before. I feel that I've gotten the Survivors and White Lion notably better tuned, specifically in lightening up their shadows a lot and giving the Lion some stronger texture.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Gone Fishin' - Kingdom Death Survivors and campaign years 16-20

Well, I've been away for a while: turns out, a trip, a nasty cold, and a bit of overworking can do that.

Starting off, a few survivors that didn't fit anywhere else.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Black Operations - Drukhari Mandrake Horde

Or, since they're figurines, would that be "hoard"?

Advanced Footwork - Kingdom Death survivors, and campaign years 10-15

The Brawler armor is one of my favorite little survivor kitbashes. The only actual cutting and sculpting was from adding the crest/rack thing to his back and adding a little musculature around his shoulders so he didn't look like a doll/action figure. However, I felt like I hit the right place with the slightly back-leaning upright boxing pose, that looks just a bit unnatural, despite being the best way to box.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Fearful Symmetry - Watchmen's Rorschach

When I saw that Knight was putting out a Watchmen set of miniatures, I knew I had to paint Rorschach's. I'm still on the fence about the others, since they're all based on the movie iterations, and those diverge more for the other characters, but, well, Rorschach was too classic to mess with.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Alcoholic Mythology? - Malifaux Yasunori

Yasunori's got to be one of the most colorful minis I've painted recently, and I was really happy with how he came out. Obviously, a lot of that's his wings/man transitions, which was something of an experiment to work on, but, I was very happy that I was able to control the color and shade well enough that it didn't come off as something bland, and there are a couple other models where I've done dull feather designs that I'm tempted to redo to get something this punchy going.