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Month: January 2015

New photo setup

I finally have a more-or-less permanent photo setup in my apartment, which should make it a bit easier to post photos for the blog. I broke it in by taking some new photos of miniatures I painted a while ago, but never had any decent photos of. Hope you like them!

Akarui – Studio McVey

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Ar-Fienel – Studio McVey

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Kifaro – Studio McVey

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Queek – Games Workshop

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Ur-Fildyr – Studio McVey

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Comments and critiques are always welcome.

Step-by-step: clockwork base

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When I painted Commander-Adept Nemo, I was inspired by Natalya “Alexi-Z” Melnik’s amazing version of Nemo from the previous Gen Con. I really liked the non-metallic metal armor and the elaborate base she used, so I decided to do something similar for my version. It’s a fair bit different from hers, but I really liked her idea of putting Nemo on a raised platform with technological elements. For my version, I wanted to create a clockwork mechanism you could see into, like a skeleton watch.

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