Monday, 28 May 2012

XVI GAMES WORKSHOP STORE PAINTING CONTEST

This Saturday was celebrated the XVI Games Workshop stores painting contest. We went to our closest store at Zaragoza where we are placed and we signed in our miniatures. These are our humble contributions. We hope you like them:


VENERABLE LORD KROAK
Winner of best Warhammer Fantasy Big-size Miniature. By: Ricardo Díaz López.



WITCH HUNTER
Registered to Warhammer Fantasy Indicidual Miniature. By: Ricardo Díaz López.



LIZARDMEN CHAMELEON SKINKS UNIT
Winner of: Best Warhammer Fantasy Unit. By: Ricardo Díaz López.




GRETCHINS SCENE.
Registered to Best Warhammer 40.000 Unit. By: Borja Rodríguez Bolea.



WARRIOR PRIEST.
Winner of: Best Individual Miniature (by the way, the most competed). By: Borja Rodríguez Bolea.



THE INQUISITION.
Registered to Best Battle Scene. By Borja Rodríguez Bolea.


Sunday, 13 May 2012

BLOOD ANGELS FURIOSO DREADNOUGHT. YEAR: 2012

Paint, paint, and paint! That's the verb and the action!
This week we've been really busy and we've finished two requests. One of them includes this Blood Angels Furioso Dreadnought. Our mate Borja has finished it in just 5 hours!. It looks very nice. Seems this miniature has been created to enjoy painting it.
Here we leave you the pictures of our Blood Angels Dreadnought. In a few days will join with the rest of his Chapter that was painted by us in other request for one of our regular customers:
(Click here to see our other Blood Angels requests).


Check out the cracked and chipped armor, tears, green viewfinders and weathered red color. The inscriptions in the parchments are really cool too.


Now painting process. Some details still need to be done:



Metallic parts seem real, check out base details in all photos!








Sunday, 6 May 2012

WARMACHINE DEATH JACK. YEAR: 2012.

Hey guys!
Today we bring you another Warmachine miniature that we had on request along with a Goreshade we uploaded a few weeks ago. You will see that it's a complex miniture, both assembly and painting (it has more than 10 pins in arms and body, and many small details in his hands and abdomen).

We wanted to highlight the assembly process, difficult as we said before, to show you how much time we've spent on it. So here you've got!


Shoulder pins.



Hand and back details waiting to be assembled.



Finally we've got the whole body assembled. Just hands and legs!



It's almost over, except hands and few details.



Once we assembled the whole Death Jack, we started the painting process. Here you've got the final look of the miniature:



Check out hands, bronce parts and abdomen details.



And that's all for now. To sum up, this Death Jack has been a really nice miniature, difficult and complete in all aspects, but we are satisfied with the results that we've achieved.
Our next miniature will be a Blood Angels Furioso Dreadnought.
Coming soon, so stay tuned!

Cheers!

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