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About Monomatana

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  • Birthday 12/09/1988

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    Russia, Saint-Petersburg
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    Miniature painting, art'n'illustration and comics
  1. Hi everyone! Fresh post on this sunny (thx Saint-Petersburg thx) beautifull day. Today I want to show you guys my finished "lovely couple" aka. MacMourning and Dufresne and also there bases. Talking about a base, here's a research part. As you all know MacMourning's lab is located under the ground in canalization. So it'll be cool to embrace a great choice of place to work, right? I decided little bit of a stone and little bit of nasty disgusting or maybe even poison water/dirt will be excellent. But being unprepared girl without any patience I decided not going to my local store or ordering online and to made them myself! You decide did I suceed or not but here's the prosess: I had two rolling pins (wood and stone textures) so I used stone one and green stuff all over two bases. After green stuff dried I took it out and cut each into two different pices. Boring part of sculpting and glueing them togther on original bases in a way when one part is flat and another is whith a stone texture on it. Making small stinky bubbles out of green stuff and glueing them where ever I want them to apear in a disgusting green dirty water. I think I needed to do less rough hightlight strokes on Dufrasne's dress. But that look though and blood! I like to do dried blood on cloth. Write down if you want to know how I did it. If you don't I still love you. Nurse 1. I will call her Sindy. Nurse 2. I will call her Nancy. Tell me what you think! And guess what? Bonus comic! Yeah! Hail yourselves and be fun!
  2. Ok. Here the thing. I thought it'll be cool not wait another N days to post and show you guys the prosess! Mcmourning and Dufrasne. Usually I tried to do as I see on a original art. And today I had my first experience of painting facial hair. Well, early unshaven skin or whatever. So here wat I did. step: paint all the skin (whith basics, hightlits and ets.) step: Game colour "Cold grey", the same as my primer colour on models, in wash form (in consistency as a liquid snot, lol) all over unshaved areas step: Cold grey + darker grey (Game colour "Black grey" in my case) in skin folds. And I pretty like the result! Check it out. Lovely couple aren't they... AND.....BONUS! Why? Because I can! Hail yourselves and be fun!
  3. Hi! I started painting Malifaux few weeks ago. To be honest this is my first thoughtful and mature experience. Love this guys, they are fun, dinamic and simply awesome! I also already painted Puppet Master Crew but unfortunately don't have appropriate photo camera right now. I'll realy appreciate all of your criticism and opinions because I want to stay in this field for a long time. Since I am painting everyday I declare this a weekly blog. I hope I'll be managing to post every thursday. Hail yourselves and be fun! This guy is so tough and scary