Do Not Miss 2017 Week 9

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Emuse strikes back with this great diorama. It looks like a poster!

More and more dragyiri sculptures from Patrick that we never get tired of.

We already saw the amazing Eldar Avatar, now Le Blog de Kouzes shows us more pics of the whole army. Mindblowing stuff!

The second little diorama created by Max based on Magic: The Gathering cards. This one is a tribute to Wayne England and is not part of the MuMi collection.

A comission work for Spawning Pool Studios heavily inspired by the world of Shadowrun.

The painted version of Adriel by Arnau is a great choice of colours.

A necessary article explaining Anthony’s thoughts on the movement to break the rules in traditional miniature painting, as understood by Alfonso Giraldes ‘Banshee’.

Painting black is always a headache for miniature painting newcomers. This is a comprehensive guide on the topic on painting black for Space Marines. Very simple and effective.

We love the little projects that Roman does from time to time.

It’s been a while since the last release of their Steampunk catalogue. This one is modelled by Dani Serrano and painted by Julio Cabos and Jaime Dueñas.

Excellent portrait of Sméagol, painted by Matt DiPietro.

The Danish group of painters called Chromanaut have an excellent initiative called Dogma48. If you want to find out more about it, read their thoughts on the aftermath of this year’s Dogma48.

Simple and basic tutorial to make bases with broken columns.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hey Volomir,

    thanks for sharing my Eldar 🙂
    I am glad you like this army, and it is great to see it on your fantastic website!

    Keep up the good work!
    Cheers,

    Morback

    • It is absolutely amazing! Can’t wait to see the next stuff you will show in Le Kouzes. Thank you for sharing your work!

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