Hi there!
Although I liked the concept of this miniature very much, I must say that it was certainly not what I enjoyed painting the most, unfortunately, except for some nice details. For this reason I wanted to exaggerate with the realization of the base, perhaps a little "overbearing" but I took the opportunity to try new techniques and products and to have fun! Every element except the figure was created from scratch.
As for the Nocturna Models figure, I exclusively reconstructed only the sword sheath which was ridiculously small and thin from the box.

I hope you enjoy!
  • "SCV Park" Yeong Min

    Good job~! Gold~!

    • Matteo

      Thank you!

  • Anna Lepskaja

    Gold !!!

    • Matteo

      Thank you!

  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"

    Wow. Gold

    • Matteo

      Thanks!

  • BranPLUS

    Very good job ! Congrats !!

    • Matteo

      Thank you Bran, glad you like it!

  • WojciechBober72

    Nice job-gold

    • Matteo

      Thanks!

  • Francois "Frado" Daugny

    Painting is excellent and set up is outstanding!! Gold!!

    • Matteo

      Thank you! I had a lot of fun on the base work.

  • fabrizio1969PLUS

    bellissimo,l’ambientazione poi eccellente

    • Matteo

      Grazie! Felice che ti sia piaciuto!

  • Ricardo Pisa

    Man so cool!

    • Matteo

      Thank you Ricardo!

  • Ale Moro

    love this!

    • Matteo

      Thanks, glad you like it!

  • a k

    Outstanding!

    • Matteo

      Thank you!

  • Steve "Babelfish" Riley

    Superb painting and lovely attention to detail. Looks fantastic from all angles. 1000% Gold.

    • Matteo

      Thank you!

  • PhilippePLUS

    Great painting!

    • Matteo

      Thanks!!

  • scott a shalterPLUS

    Love the scratchbuilding, wonderful way to tell the story and done so well.  Gold!  What did you use for the stonework?

    • Matteo

      Thank you! I used an air drying clay called “Das” very cheap and easy to use. The structure it’s foam, then ,I’ve made some “Das pizzas” ,when dried I did cut the bricks and then glued on the foam using simple white glue.

  • scott a shalterPLUS

    Great idea.  I actually have some.  I’ve been using cork, which looks ok, but is very messy.