Great idea, perfect scene, perfect execution
Thank you, Erich!
Like it a lot , I think that`s a typical Roman Piece .And it seems to be that you espacillay mastered that cold styles .Please more my friend !
I bow my head in gratitude to your comment! Thanks, buddy. It’s time that we see again soon! Miss ya! No gay!
I think you’ll never stop to surpise everybody Roman
Hope so! :D
One more time a great scene…with a nice athmosphere…cold style and a nice paintjob…love them! ;)
Thanks, Matthieu. I am really happy that my work can convince you :)
Exceptional in all aspects. Idea, execution, colors. Gold.
Thank you very much for such kind words!
Pretty cool vignette!
Thank you, Jason!
Great composition, the idea, even the ice is masterwork
I tried. Thank you! I hope to be able to write the step by step artice on MV soon, you will laugh a lot on how this all evolved to the scene you see there!
Ice, ice, baby!
Great use of scale to tell the story :)
There have been some incredible works uploaded this week, this amongst them, GOLD!
WWWOOOWWW, great idea!!
No words except gold !
Muchas Gracias, happy that you like it!
I can not imagine you speechless Sir, but thank you ;)
Mmh ... no idea what you have written there, but thanks for the vote of gold anyways. Happy that you like this piece!
Most definitely not how I imagine David and Goliath, but amazing work regardless. Love the snow too. Gold!
Awesome! Love the scenery and the colours of the snow. Great job Roman ;)
Thank you very much, Yohan!
Once again I stand ashamed that I cannot vote platinum.
No need to feel ashamed of that. Voting is not the most important thing in miniature painting. Painting is.
Amazing work! Brilliant idea and implementation. Stunning work with color. You great know how to use cold and warm colors on figure. It’s hard for me. And you’re always surpris with originality of ideas.
Thank you Sergey. I am learning about colors each single day. I can only recommend to do some quicker projects with a focus on studying a special topic. Not with the goal to have a masterpiece at the end but with the goal to understand and learn. That’s how I do with smaller projects and then I think I am able to put the gained knowledge into bigger projects. Happy that you like it! Thank you for your comment!
Gold !! This scene is magic !
love the composition and the juxtaposition of the giant and woman…first time I’ve seen contrast by scale!
Did another one with scale contrast before: http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/7612
It’s fun, give it a try yourself!
I like this one very much.. lately im an not motivated in painting, but this piece might geie me a little push into the right direction as many ideas arise from this..
Kudos to you, sir!
Fantastic! If I may ask, what colors do you use for the blue/green tone on the lower half of Goliath?
Sure: I used tourquise there, which in fact is a mix of blue/green. I used several brands, here and there you can find blue ink by Scale 75 Inktensity, but very dilluted, GW’s Hawk Tourquise, Golden Acrylics Tourquise and if I want to have it darker I added a drop of Dark Sea Blue or Black. Of course I did not use them pure, always added to the color they would appear in (for example skin).
I recommend not thinking in color brands. Paint what you want to see and use colors that are available to you!
Woohooo… you finally finished it! Since the day of my first private practice I´m waiting to see it finished. There is always the right time for the right miniature somewhere in the future… and you did well to wait for the right time. I really like it a lot. The mood and atmosphere are splendid!
By the way: Your output these days is really breaththaking!!! Thumbs up!
Thank you Thorsten. I looked at this giant so often in the past years and never had the right moment, but I always had to remember good days spent together. Thanks, I am really happy that you can see that even long stories can have a happy end!
Great idea putting a 75 and 28mm mini together. This secene works great. Amazing cold tones.
Thank you, Patrick!
really well done !!!!! gold
Oh, I love it :)
Great! As usual!