I've been thinking about starting a Napoleonic army for myself. Here is a command base for the new Warhammer Historical rules called "Waterloo." This is by far one of my favourite miniature sculpts of all time because there is so much character in the figure. The Black Duke of Brunswick died at Quatre-Bras during the Waterloo campaign after being shot by a stray bullet. He was shot as he was attempting to rally the Leib Battalion that had been broken. The base is almost finished, I'm going to add a few bushes of some kind. Let me know what you think about the diorama.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Long time, no update! Sorry everyone, lots of papers, exams, and overall busy-ness! I have a lot of great commissions underway, so here's a shot of a skeleton horde I finished! I layered stipples of bestial brown, followed by mechrite orange, finished off with bleached bone for the rust effect! There's also a corpse cart, and some ghouls.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
This is my second giant. I have made him hairy as hell with green stuff! Basing and completion pending on time due to incoming commissions!
A Gnoblar having his life squeezed out of him! At least he has a turkey leg for the grave...
The feet haven't been painted yet.
I added some moss onto the weapon by using basing pumice, which I painted a mossy green.
A bag of bloody and beaten halflings!
I was playing around with a new army theme for my Ogre army. Having watched Deadliest Warrior: Celt Vs. Immortal, I researched the Celts further and realized that they too wore a kind of gut plate as well! So I used the tallarn flesh painting method on the skin, and then painted on the Celtic tattoos with enchanted blue, then highlighted with a mix of enchanted blue and white.
My Ogres in their display case!