He turned out beautifully, fantastic job! Great hanging out with you again my friend :)
Thanks mate. Would be good to see the two finished pieces together - so so different. And shows the versatility of the bust. Thanks, great to hang out with you again :)
Very impressing and we can tell you wanted to share a tell with this work… Well… Mission accomplished.
Ah thank you! Well for this one, it startet as part of the Marc Masclans workshop, and it was just a technique exercise. I woke up monday morning and decided to glue the mask on and see what happened. And it looked awesome and created a whole new character. I always try to make up some story with my models, but I dont think it shows that much. The scrape on the shouldler came from this narrative though. And it became a metaphor for the hunt for positioning in miniature painting. So, you know, just a little think on the side with the character description, which for me makes it more interesting. But thank you for the comment :)
Impressive work. Love its suddleties and “cartoony” Lampard shell shaded style. Quite a bit different than your normal style. Is that attributed to Acrylics pr the class?
Tak Mads :) As we spoke about, finishing minis from workshop is not so easy, as the style you are painting in is not 100pct your own. So it is hard to continue. This one I was so far that It was easy ‘to
Make it my own’ and I finished it in a way that is me and not me, if that makes sense. I really like it, but doubt there will be many like it in the future. To me, this is very different than what I usually paint, both thematically and technical. But it feels good. And it is on PnP as I feel it represents aspects of my painting.
Very nice paint job, I particularly like the metal processing, as well as the scarifications
Thanks a lot Marc. Enjoyed the metal too. Most of the scars are sculpted on