Monday Miniatures: Kavorgh
This week I didn’t finish. I didn’t even come close. Work was a terror: my Friday work day didn’t end until 3am Saturday, and My Sunday was devoured by phone calls managing dozens of work related problems. When it rains it pours right?
That’s okay though, because apparently it’s stormy all over: almost no one else found time to paint either. Maybe it’s because tax season is coming to a close, who knows.
This week no new mini projects caught my eye, but then I did spend most of this week working, so I might have missed something. If you found something awesome, let me know.
This week I didn’t finish. I didn’t even come close. Work was a terror: my Friday work day didn’t end until 3am Saturday, and My Sunday was devoured by phone calls managing dozens of problems. I can’t remember the last time I wasn’t able to finish one of these bones, but hopefully this will be the only one I can’t get to for the foreseeable future. The shields and all their attendant fetishes look like a lot of fun to paint too.
Arjen was the only painter to finish his project this week, and a great project it is. This ork has a Tolkien inspired color scheme, and I think it came out looking appropriately porcine. Great work Arjen!
Update: Apparently Antonia had more problems with her email than she had painting this week. This one was worth the wait though. Her base though detailed, is simple compared to the bar she usually sets due to a time crunch she had this week, but other details more than make up for it. Check out the freehand work on the leopard skin. Bravo!
Darkrasp Send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4/20/14 at 9pm.
Village Rioter – Let’s see some OSL this week.
Undead Horde – a consistent theme I’ve seen in recent posts is just how long these mini’s are taking people to paint. This week let’s take a crack at all the skeletons we have stacked up. Base coat. Shade. Dry brush. Highlight. Try to get your technique down to less than half an hour a mini and see if you can knock out at least three of these little guys (we were shipped six.)
Terrain – We’ve been showing off lots of miniatures these last few months, but you need some terrain too play with them. Show us all what you’re working on.