Collecting, Converting, and Painting Miniatures
This is beautifully painted figure. and the NMM looks fine to me. Great job.
Thank you, Jay.
Wow, beautiful work. I haven't the patience for nmm, but I can really appreciate the skill it takes to pull off the technique when seeing it in others work. Top job!
Many thanks, Roy. NMM is a technique I've meant to try but avoided in the past.
My goodness that's a bit tasty, as for the NMMs - looking brilliant to me.
Thank you, Michael. The mini photographs well. The brightest colors on the NMM seem to reflect light very strongly.
Just staggering stuff Finch... staggering. Puts my Ironbreaker with a nuln oil wash technique to shame. I doff my cap to you, sir :-)
Thanks, BK. What you achieve with metallics and washes is rather impressive.
Superbly painted. Well done!
Kia ora, Darcy. I thank you.
My favourite part is the back of the helm since you can see the transition from dark blue to pale blue a bit more. Stunning job yet again.
Thank you, Pedro. I'm still trying to get a feel for the technique but putting the brightest brights right next to darkest darks seems to work well at times.
JUST WOW! That looks amazing mate. Well worth the wait :)
Thank you very much, Simon.
Oh man ... that cloak is a whole new level of awesome! As always a fan of your application of pastel hues. AND that face looks very realistic. Nice!
Many thanks. The colors on the cloak were very well behaved and fell into place quickly. This was helpful considering the amount of time I spent farting around with the metal bits.