Vampire

Vampire

About the mini Name : Dasco le vampire Scale : 30 mm Sculptor : Pedro Fernández Ramos Produced by : Origen Art It’s been a while since my last post! I’ve not quitted the hobby but I’ve been too lazy to take time to update the website… This was also a pretty busy period to me as we have moved to a new place and worked a lot on photography projects. That being said, I’ve produced a new miniature called...

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Predie

Predie

  This mini has been created as a gift. The idea poped into my mind in january, as I found the Predastore website. The miniature is simply amazing! So much details in the sculpt, all well rendered with a very good quality cast. I think it deserves at least a descent painting job and a nice base I wanted the mini to be very high in the air, to strengthen the feel of Predator’s agility. To do so I had to remove carefully the hand of...

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Qui Li Quin

Qui Li Quin

About the mini Name :Qui Li Quin Scale : 36 mm Size : 38 mm Sculptor : Thomas David Produced by : Figone Qui Li Quin was a lot of fun to paint! The main idea was to train painting clothes transparency and wet blending. I’ve added some OSL in the potion, just for...

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Afterwork

Afterwork

Finally after seeing my Macbook dying in front of me and waiting for a brand new one to come, I’m able to publish again on the blog. I’ve painted this miniature to train the techniques learned during our workshop with JBT a few weeks ago. The idea was mainly to exercice wet blending and I must say it is so much fun! The base was built from scratch using only plastic card and a metal grid. In the end I think the mini is quite good...

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Aahl – Workshop with JBT

Aahl – Workshop with JBT

During the last week-end I had the opportunity to attend to a painting workshop in Payerne (Switzerland) given by the french painter  Jérémie Bonamant Teboul, one of the finest miniature painter on earth (and probably universe) This painting week-end was organized by the FMP club which I didn’t know before. I took the occasion to join the club also. We had the pleasure and the great honor to paint a brand new creation of Allan Carrasco,...

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Urban guy

Urban guy

As explained here, I’ve won this miniature via the excellent blog “Massive Voodoo”. I’ve sculpted the whole mask and created the scenery from scratch. This was a good opportunity for me to enhance a bit my “basing” skills. It’s now completely finished:...

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