Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Release the Boars

Just a little progress update. I've been a little busy for blogging lately. Also my new camera is sub, what are you going to do. I need to mess with the settings. So with the warning that these photos on..

I think I pulled in a little too close on these ones. I'll have some more official photos when the project is closer to the end. 

I've also started the humans needed to run the demo scenario. So far they all have their skin done and I pulled this guy off to the side to finish. He's about 75% there in this picture. He's missing a few highlights and bad ass Tattz..God I hate that word. All the more fun to use it.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Enter the Wreck Age

I was fortunate to meet Anton and Matt from Wreck Age over the Adepticon weekend. We hit it off and by the end of it I had every sculpt they have in print. Looking good has it's advantages sometimes.

I'm happy to say I'll be painting a great deal of their starting line :)

To get the ball rolling they asked me to paint the figures used to run their demo. 4 Stakers and a group of outcasts: 3 boars and 2 men. 

Very cool sculpts. They have that whole true scale thing going on.

After priming them with the black and white I dusted on some khaki tan to set up my canvas.

Next up I started to sink my teeth into some bases.

I've decided to start with the boars. Correction, the boars with explosives strapped to them.

I've been painting away on them and should have some more pictures after this weekend's camping trip. Maybe I'll be eaten by a bear. Maybe I'll come back and make a blog post. The world is full of options.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Hive Tyrant on the way

This evening I finally found the time to finish off the Hive Tyrant from the previous post. He was difficult to photograph due to the size of this model but I wanted to throw up a little teaser shot.

I'll be sorting through the final pictures tonight.

To alleviate the tunnel vision I started painting a model from my Infinity collection. A great model, I was pleased that the body was cast in two pieces to avoid a large flat spot on the bottom of the coat. 

So far so good, just a quick shot.