Do Not Miss 2018 Week 14


When Kirill shows off… there’s not much we can add.

Impressive display of skill understanding metals, lights and reflections. Even the shadow of the helmet is painted, and works!

Painted by Kirill as boxart for Young Miniatures.

A big knight sculpted by Thomas David for Kingdom Death.

Gareth’s truly unique smoothness and attention to detail in this Custodes Captain from Forgeworld.

Very instructive tutorial on painting very appealing tiles for dungeons.

Leveque’s own view of the classic by Cervantes painted by Pepe Gallardo.

A different version of this bust from the Black Sailors series.

Not many words are needed to get a glimpse of Rubén’s way of working in this bust from Big Child Creatives.

A new version from Ringil of this bust from Pedro Fernández Works.

Dynamic winged version of an Eldar Wraithknight.

Photos of the process of building and painting the Wraithknight.

A female warrior in bikini armour from Scale75.

Very spring-like version of this Eldar Avatar.

Report by Asociación de Modelismo Alabarda.

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!


  1. What Kirill does… it has no name to describe it. I don’t think we’ll ever see anyone better in terms of realism in miniature painting.


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