Sunday, 4 November 2018
They took me a lot longer than I wanted and I picked Ulthwe as I thought it would be quick to paint!
I'm really happy to see them finished, now I can get my second Warlock done as a reward to myself. 🙂
Here are the colours I used-
Black armour is-
Highlight thunderhawk blue
Highlight Russ grey
Wash averland sunset and scrag brown mix
Wash scrag brown
Highlight flash gitz yellow
Highlight dorn yellow
Wash seraphim sepia
Highlight screaming skull
Shade khorne red
Shade khorne red + black mix
Highlight evil sunz
Highlight wild rider red
Highlight lugganath orange
Wilko light weight poly filler mix with water
Wash zamesi desert
Wash scrag brown
Drybush tau light ochre
Dry brush zamesi desert
Dry brush ushabti bone
Mournfang brown edges
Sunday, 16 September 2018
Here is my painted version of the new Rogue Trader Elucia Vhane that I also sculpted for the new Kill Team Rogue Trader expansion released today!
My inspiration was taken from the amazing concepts from John Blanche when both sculpting and painting this miniature.
I wanted her to feel like a piece if Johns art work with the chosen colour pallet and background.
It's enjoyable to paint your own miniatures and also a great learning experience!
I hope you like!
Saturday, 30 June 2018
here's my finished entry for the Age of Sigmar Golden Demon. This miniature has been sat on my desk for quite a while and the Golden Demon competition was a great excuse to finish it!
I was lucky to get a custom head sculpted by Seb Perbet for this miniature which I think added loads of character to the piece.
I went with a colour pallet that reflected the traditional colours of Victorian Steam engines which I think worked well alongside the pitted metal effects.
The competition was tough in the staff category and was very lucky to receive gold. Congrats to all the winners! 🙂
Monday, 19 March 2018
Joe sculpted these amazing Fyre Slayers and are his first miniatures released as a citadel designer.
Great work Joe!
Inspired (obviously) by the art in the Fyre Slayer book.
Sunday, 4 February 2018
Today is his 40th birthday and he loves Blood Angels Space Marines so to say thank you and happy birthday I painted him this Primaris Captain inspired by the Art of John Blanche.
Happy birthday Dave, thanks for bringing home that White Dwarf magazine back in 1992! 😁
Thursday, 27 April 2017
We have had a bit of Blood Bowl fever here at work recently so i took the opportunity to paint up my classic Skaven team. I've had the team for years but never had the chance to paint it till the new edition of the game was released last Christmas.
I love these classic Jes Goodwin sculpts, full of character and pretty mean looking for Skaven!
I went for contrasting colours of purple and yellow with some classic chequered patterns for details.
It was a fun little project and painting more than one miniature was a challenge!
Hope you like! Daz
Monday, 24 April 2017
Hi all, I started this miniature a while ago now and I'm pretty sure that it wont get finished. I did do a stage by stage on the skin (yes it's blue) so i thought I'd post it up anyway.
Hopefully someone might find it useful!
1. Undercoat grey
2. Basecoat Hawk Turquoise + Bleached bone mix 80/20
3. Shade Thunderhawk Blue
4. Highlight Hawk Turquoise + Kommando Khaki 70/30
5. Add Bleached Bone into the previous mix to highlight
6. Add White to the previous mix to highlight
7. Shade Incubi Darkness
8. Add blue and red tones around ears and mouth
9. Mix black into the highlight mix and paint under the eyes
10. Paint Bleached bone in the bottom shadows
11. Paint Kommando Khaki in the bottom shadows
12. Highlight Bleached Bone
13. Highlight White
Sunday, 23 April 2017
Been a while I know, sorry! :)
Here is a quick pic of a miniature i painted some time ago. It is a limited edition Goblin Warboss which i painted for a work friend as a gift.
It was a fun little project and my main aim was to add a lot of colour and go a little bit retro with the painting!
Hope you like, more posts soon....promise! ;)
Saturday, 30 July 2016
Sunday, 3 July 2016
Here's my Skitarii that I painted a while ago. I designed this kit for the Adeptus Mechanicus release and thought it would be a good learning experience to paint one.
I kept the colour scheme quite simple but decided to go for bone coloured armour instead of the traditional metals.
It was fun to paint one of my own sculpts and a little strange as well!
I gave this miniature to Jes Goodwin after we had completed the project which he lead. It was a great experience and I certainly learned a lot! :)
Thanks for reading. Daz