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Viruk

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  1. @wizuriel avoid using pure white, something like bleached bone or any slightly tinted white works much better. As for the pupils - this is just a matter of practice, even after years of painting I sometimes need a few attempts to get the eyes right
  2. It's made of cork cut into pieces and then bits of wooden planks (I use the plastic ones from GW's hobbit scenery) were added on top.
  3. Here's my March pledge, a total of 22 soulstones. I might be able to paint something more if I find enough time (and since the DLC for Dark souls 3 is coming out it will be hard )
  4. The best Emissary I've seen so far, absolutely amazing work!
  5. Great work all around @Franchute !! Unfortunately, I'm not able to take such picture as I was working on many commissions along with my stuff
  6. ...which were also inspired by work of another painter
  7. Neverborn Johan and old metal Kade and Candy - my painting plan for March
  8. 25ss painted in February
  9. 25ss worth of sadness, more pictures here:
  10. Definitely one of the best paintjobs on a Wyrd model I've seen so far. All the larger surfaces (skin, clothes) are very well painted and the details are just amazing.
  11. I'm amazed with your productivity rate and the fact that you maintain high level of painting throughout all your works.
  12. Amazing work, I really like the OSL effect and the NMM is just brilliant
  13. Very nice paintjob, I really like the way you painted his arms to make it look as if they're burned
  14. I managed to complete full 12 months on Master level in the previous edition so I guess I'll join again on this level.
  15. Thanks,glad you like it. P3 Wurm Green was the main color here but I used many highlights with increasing amount of bleached bone and pure white. After that I used glazes - turquise on tuhe scales and light green on the body and darker washes in the recesses.
  16. In January I painted a total of 21 soulstones. More pictures here and here. This month I plan to paint these (already basecoated)
  17. Here's my January pledge, in the end I managed to paint all the minis from the Amphibious Assault box for a total of 21 stones. More pictures here and here.
  18. These were a lot of fun. More pics here. Now I have to finish their mother before the month's over.
  19. They look awesome mate. I haven't seen these minis based this way before and they look really good with that and with the rust effect
  20. I thought I'd start a new thread where I'll be posting pics of all my works. I've already posted pics of my earlier works but here's a quick summary of the Malifaux minis I've painted. First off, my favorite minis from the range and the reason I became interested in Malifaux in the first place. I love the fluff and the models are amazing. Next, LJ in three versions (I have the avatar too but haven't painted it yet). Two Judges - I think I prefer the Nightmare version but the way his chain hangs around the mini makes it very hard for transport. I cut the chain off from the original version and use this one for gaming. The Executioner and Scales of Justice. I'll probably get the alternate version of the fiorst one as I really like the model despite its rather static pose. A more dynamic one would be a nice addition to my crew. And here's the lineup I used in my last game. I painted two Austringers as an addition to my slowly expanding force. More on that in the second post.
  21. I love these minis. More, bigger pics here.
  22. Just stunning, I love your style and after seeing these minis in 360 I'm even more impressed.
  23. I've played 4 games with Titania so far, started using her this year. Here are my thoughts about her so far http://www.whatthefaux.net/2017/01/first-audiences-with-queen.html
  24. Awesome work as always. Banasuva looks particularly impressive. I really like this miniature and you've done him justice with amazing brushwork. Do you generally work with white basecoat and use washes to achieve these wonderful bright colors?
  25. I haven't seen this mini painted before. Great work here, makes me want to paint one!