Do Not Miss 2016 Week 19


Extraordinary interpretation of Ben Komets of the three witches sculpted by Lucas Pina. The idea behind is: “their colors are faded- but their magic is still strong”. Therefore you get three primary desaturated colours for the witches, with a cauldron full of magic colour. Brilliant!

Absolutely mind blowing painting by Marc Masclans on a sculpture by Laslo Forgach. Pay good attention at the quality of the painting in the face. Those lips!

This giant pachyderm is sculpted by Allan Carrasco and the box art painted by Sergio Calvo.

The anonymous bust by Banshee has been canvas to many interpretations, but probably none as interesting as Anthony’s. Picking up from Impressionism and they very own Van Gogh, this is truly an inspiring and brave piece of miniature art.

This is Enrique Velasco’s version of the Midnight Miniatures bust released a couple of weeks ago. In this particular facebook post you will also find the pictures from the painting process which are very interesting, make sure you check them out!

The latest sculpture that Allan Carrasco has made for Figone. Always a huge pleasure to see Allan’s work.

Really interesting tutorial on how to create waves, water effects and splashes on your minis and bases.

Amazing use of textures on this historical bust by Ernesto Reyes.

This is a massive bust of Azogh, the orc we saw in The Hobbit movie franchise by Peter Jackson. Very nice choice of colours, there’s thousands of different tones in there while many will think this is just a simple greyish blue.

Very expressive bust this Stoker sculpted by Sergey Savenkov for Tartar Miniatures.

We have been following River on her path to create this rainbow Harlequin army. Now it’s the turn of yellow!

New release from Scale75, sculpted by Ali Jalali and painted by Julio Cabos.

Forgeworld releases these very cool Chaos Dwarves characters on Warhammer Fest this next weekend. The first versions you see were painted by Borja Garcia.

After Gürmuz, Heramodels releases the “naked” and cheaper version of the bust so that you can better practice and do conversions.

Next release from Nuts Planet sculpted by Jonatan Monerris.

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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