Sunday, March 1, 2015

We're in March... and I'm on march...

Hi fellows, I've a bit of stuff to show !


First of all my progress on the invitational work :

The family is complete... still wip, but complete

The second one is a finishec mini... Name and fonction are unknown at this time...


And a pinch of WIPS

The doctor

Beowulf pattern

The Kid

Navigator or Inquisitor ?

Let me know what you guys think!

Thank you for reading

8 comments:

  1. Really dig the floaty haemonculii conversion!

    The kid looks promising (I love midget characters) but would work better with non grot guns IMHO

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  2. Thanks mate! I want to keep the grotz gun on it... like a mini Snake Plissken... i'll just add scopes on..

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  3. They are all great characters and really individual. As usual your minis have a history/background to them.
    1 thing i noticed is watch your posing. These minis are all standing in an open position with their arms out. Nothing wrong with that, but if you are doing them as a group, it might look more interesting to make sure any other models you do are posed differently!
    When i start modelling again after i move house i an definitely going to try some 40k stuff as inspired by you!

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    1. Wow... what a tribute mate! all my thanks to you! YOUR work was my first inspiration...

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  4. Hey man, just wanted to say that I really liked that last mini, they're all cool but that last one really jumped out at me.

    The only flaw a can really pick out with it is how they legs and torso look. You might just need to green stuff a belt onto him to blend the two peices together better.

    Either way, you definitely have inspired me with that one.

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    1. Thank you Mathew! I'll add some stuff to blend!

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  5. Amazing miniatures. A really sinister feeling. Would you mind if I share some of your work on my blog if I accredit and post links?

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    1. Shay O'Shea... yep, you can ! Always pleased to be shared

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