After some more refining on the skin, here’s the clothes mostly done. Some more touches and I can proceed to the many, many bloody details. 😀 I cut a few corners by using quite a lot of black on belts, clothes and pouches, but the skin looks interesting enough so the less interesting looking bits aren’t as evident. It also helps focusing on the skin and the faces, which are more natural points of attention anyway.
- Solun Decius
Not sure if that was a complement? Sigur's minis are fantastic IMO and these are no exception.
The "Brilliant Stuff" at the end of my sentence should be a clue.
@Solun: Thanks very much, dude. 🙂 Always good to see you.
@Garfy: 😀 Thanks, what a comment. Brilliant stuff. 😉
Really cool to see them in a more "mature" paint scheme.
Cheers. Not sure if it's any more mature, but I get what you're saying. I'm rather sure the 'eavy metal dudes would do it differently as well if asked, but GW's minis are painted to certain ends of of course. I really like the paintjobs shown in the pictures, given the context of having to adhere to certain guidelines.
Those are looking awesome. Great blending, nice varying skin tones, and lots of details. Well done.
Thanks very much, Sir!
Look Great!! 🙂
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These are wonderful Sigur. I almost thought Third Eye Nuke had painted them at first. Brilliant stuff.