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Friday, January 17, 2014

On Display: Rackham Fianna

Here she is all done and pretty (trying like hell not to pee herself)! I had something to say, but let's just look at the pretty pictures, eh?


 And some close ups of various interesting details too...
 Here is the C'MON link if you would like to throw some votes her way and see her with a black background instead: http://www.coolminiornot.com/345946

I know there has been a lack of 40k here and I swear it will come. I am currently working on ALL TWENTY of my DV cultists!!! First though I want to take a few posts to close out Sleeping Chibi since that one has been done for a while now too. So just put up with my fantasy dabbling for a bit longer and I'll get back to my roots, I promise. I talk a lot about painting forums and such, but I never would have gotten that far without all the inspiration, comments and connections of my fellow bloggers and our 40k addictions first, right?! Yeah :)

Next post: Sleeping Chibi assembly and OSL. Check out that blog roll, hit me up with questions, comments or critiques and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain!

8 comments:

  1. 0_o

    That's amazing.
    It's kinda cute, like she's trying to hide that giant sword.
    'No, I'm totally not gonna kill you with this.'
    Really nice moss effects and whanot on the skull, too. Making it a uniform, statue-like color, instead of, say, using a bright, different color in each 'cell' definitely made the figure stand out more, and connected the two pieces in a diorama-like fashion. It looks like...book cover art from a TOR novel...just better.
    Two tentacles way up.

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    1. Hey Synn! Thanks so much. She turned out super and I was so sad to let her go, but it was for charity so I sucked it up (and took a million pictures).

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  2. Great work and paint Zab !
    I do not know if I had already told you I already painted Fianna, but it should time or I had a better view Lol now I do a little larger models ;)
    Greetings .

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    1. Thanks, watching your work on the larger scale models is pretty inspiring. I actually bought the GK model of Samus Arran in her zero suit to paint.

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  3. Lovely work. Combination of colours is very pleasing to the eye.

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    1. Thanks, I am pretty pleased with how it all came together. I am slowly learning to limit my palette.

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  4. Absolutely astounding work, man! That is truly a work of art.

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