Hello Fellows! This is A Viking Head I painted with Oil Colors ( yeah i found this new love), Painted for Me and for an Article on Figurementors Magazine January Issue.
I hope you like it <3
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  • JakeyZHPLUS

    Oro assolutamente!

  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"PLUS

    Great work on hair!

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    Really nice work on the hair and skintone. He looks very realistic. I voted silver. I do miss an increased level of detail in the skin. Colors and Light/Shadow is great, but I do not see some small volumes or texture added in the skin. I am not sure of the scale of the head so it is hard to judge this. Is it a big head and the possibility of texture is there or is it a small head and it is hard to add textures. I did not find this information, but it would be important for my vote.  I hope you do not see my silver vote as on offense. It is a wonderful Viking head. Thank you for your time to write up an article about it.

    • Emanuele "Green" TerzoniPLUS

      Hey Roman! Yeah I understand your feedback, the scale is 1/8, i found this new oils painting 3 month ago and this is a really new love for me! I really like work with oils, but on this model when i reached this paintjob i was little bit scared to add more because i dont want ruin the work lol I thought to add some viking tattoo for add more details but i think add these after i’ll paint the chest :) i say you thx you for the feedback :) about the pics the light parts are very bright in real life but sure i’ll try for the next time to balance more better all :)
      Happy Painter life Roman!
      Green <3

    • Emanuele "Green" TerzoniPLUS

      I hoped it was worth the editor’s choice, but next time I will work hard to achieve it <3 <3 hahah ;)
      thx you again !

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    No offense again—just a tip: I think your light on your photo is a bit too strong. All your painted highlights get lost in the photo as they turn to whitish. Mainly up in the hair and on the forehead. Try to move the lamp a bit further away or make your photos a bit darker initially and play with the right amout of light while editing them. Just a tip as a photo of a painted miniature can only be judged by the quality of the photo.

    Keep on happy painting!
    - Roman

  • BranPLUS

    La pelle è bellissima, i capelli sono stupendi, che successo !!

  • Bernard EntrevonPLUS

    Superbe peinture ! bravo !

  • Luis UgartePLUS

    Great job! Gold!

  • John Delamere

    Awesome!