Do Not Miss 2016 Week 17


The best on the miniaturesphere for the week 17 of 2016.

This box art by our colleague Marc Masclans is a very powerful version of this bust from Hera Models sculpted by Raul G. Latorre.

Another of the very instructive Step by Step articles from Roman. This is a wonderful example of ambience and composition study, one of those you need to read!

This is a great conversion work on an Eldar Revenant Titan from Forgeworld, heavily inspired by the Evangelion Series. Always loving Le Blog dé Kouzes!

An instructive video from the guys at Eureka minis, showing how to build a Jungle themed base. Subtitles in Spanish though!

The Fourth part of River’s “Rainbow deck” Harlequin army, this time in turquoise colour called “Masks”.

This is Rusto’s entry to Crystal Brush this year, completely scratch built and painted by him, inspired by the World of Warcraft.

Bohun’s own version of the Flower Knight from Kingdom Death. Really dark and subtle version, with the always exquisite technique from the Polish artist.

The Russian painter shows us this diorama based on the steampunk kit by Scale75, using great contrast between warm and cold colours and with the Cat Noir as the background for the scene. Do you recognize the cat in the drawing?

This Stormtrooper lady painted by Sergio Calvo is the boxart for this release from the italian company Kabuki models.

Official photo album for the entries in the Salute 2016 contest in London.

Another Kingdom Death miniature painted by Bohun, on a wonderful sculpture by Jacques Alexandre Gillois.

Miniature painter, sculptor and huge enthusiast, established 2005. Very passionate about community, events and conventions, has won plenty awards in contests worldwide. Miniature art devotee, engineer, contest judge and teacher, focused on spreading the word of what we do in the miniature world!


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