Still very new to this photography lark. But holy butt nuggets! I actually managed to take a half decent none potato photo! I think the f-stop was still off but this is the first time I have ever looked at one of my model photos and thought 'Yep thats what it looks like IRL' pic.twitter.com/dZtCRLSFq1— Khullain-Paints! (@KhullainPaints) March 18, 2020
opponent and a canny general.— Mierce Miniatures (@MierceMinis) March 18, 2020
Sculpted by Stéphane Simon from the artwork by Danny Cruz, and painted by Sébastien Picque, Carrowek stands at 40mm tall to the top of his head, only just fitting on his 30mm round Darklands base. When on his Drune-Horse, Carrowek stands upon a 4/5 pic.twitter.com/LTt5V7oavD
I've finished painting my Wurmspat! Skin was done via contrast then blended up normally while everything else was traditional painting/blending (armour). A real blast to paint and I love how the teal green armour came out. Plus I love weathering Nurgle minis haha.#Nurgle pic.twitter.com/L021bdUNhS— John Rees (@Canyourollacrit) March 18, 2020
The Echoes of Death series continues with the Thief.— Lorenzosasso (@Lorenzosasso3) March 19, 2020
I wanted to give her a bit more of color, since i painted way too many @kingdomdeath miniatures in dark color scheme.
full pics on my IG: https://t.co/XKFhp9jKdx#tabletopgames #miniaturepainting pic.twitter.com/pSqa0xSrcJ
Hello! Please enjoy this next episode in the ongoing #StarWars #Legion painting series, which explores a quick and easy approach to painting the Clone Troopers (and works just as well for painting Stormtroopers).😀 https://t.co/y2h9VVx9iX pic.twitter.com/CvEGwcs9mR— Sorastro (@Sorastros) March 19, 2020
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