Gerrie Schenck, and Maartje Giesbers, but also Peter from Scar's Miniature Madness and Michiel Coppens (Dwarf Slayer shown in the newest White Dwarf) will be present.
And ofcourse a lot of gaming, demos, stores, events and a lot more. Go check out the Impact page.
Drop by if you are in the neighbourhood and say hi!
zaterdag 17 mei 2014
I have painted the cloak in a dark red (the sculpt is actually not that good, so I took it realy deep into the shadows to mask a lot), done the metal parts, and some quick work on the weapon.
Then I masked it all with tape and paper, and worked on the spider with an airbrush, which I think worked out really well. After that just some minor touch-ups to darken the shades, add hihjlights and just overall sharpen contrast.
And I managed to work on a first color sketch on the base with the wet-on-wet technique learnt from Massive Voodoo.
Next up: the vulture on the arm, and finishing the base.
And probably work some more on the wolf pelt. I am just not too happy about it...
zondag 11 mei 2014
A friend created this Ogre - what I like to call - Beastmaster, which really appealed to me. The placement of the spider really did a number here, as well as the bird on the arm and the nice conversion of the wolf pelt. And I really liked to paint it. He did not bother!
Here are the pics of the first day of work, working on the muscles and wolf pelt (which I may do over...I don't know yet!). And yeah, I already broke the bird off. Better like this, so I can reach the arm more.
And today's progress: bit of leatherwork on the boots - not much work there - gave him a glove to hold the bird (which I think was actually intended as a bare hand...!), did the bandages on that same arm, done the skulls and painted the metal parts black in preparation of the metallics. And oh yeah, I did a base coat on the cloak. Just to try it out if this was the right color. Must desaturate it though.