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One of the Hasslefree miniatures – WIP and attempting some freehand
Had a lot of fun time limiting myself to painting this old Skaven model, total paint time was about 8 hours! I must have bought this model a long time ago when I was younger as its no longer in production and had a dirty half hearted attempt at starting the cloak as red, which I have continued. Today I managed to pick up some new basing material from the local model shop which you can see below near his paws.
I am really tempted to attempt to put some OSL on this model.. will see if the mood takes me in the new few days..
Please vote for this mini on CMON: http://www.coolminiornot.com/369625
A new online competition announced from the Jungle!
The prize pool is set to be epic, along with the entries. I will have to get thinking hard on something to enter. I entered a diorama to their last competition, “Forged Hope”, I used a lot of new techniques to me and learned a lot. Hopefully I will put some new techniques under my belt this time around and better some of my existing ones.
Small scale diorama work in progress.
These German World War 2 soldiers, “Gebirgsjäger” are specialised at fighting in mountainous areas. The models are from Zvezda and in 1/72 scale – will be the smallest scale I have ever painted!
A couple of websites which explain more about the Gebirgsjäger and that will help me to paint them in more accurate colours: