Friday, September 16, 2016

The Devil's Own

 

Fractured Dimensions' Bearded Devils are complete. Pictures have been taken. A post has been assembled.

It seems like they've been on my paint table forever because they've been on my paint table forever.

In any event, they're done, I like how they turned out, time for some images before moving on to new business.

The Three Amigos:


We're putting the band back together:


All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my closeup:


The Devil's in the Details:


The Usual Suspects:

 
 
 
 
 
 

The War Snails await.

27 comments:

  1. Very very nice! :D

    I haven't made any more progress than starting to assembling my Type IV demons from Brett. Will have to work on that on Sunday!

    Allan.

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    1. Thank you, Allan. My type IV is spending some quality time in the lead pile. I look forward to seeing yours.

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  2. Outstanding stuff Finch, and well worth the effort I assure you. They look awesome, and the group shot is breathtakingly good. Genius painting imho :-)

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    1. Thank you so much, Simon.

      Glad you like the group shots. I was underwhelmed with my initial results so I went back and re-shot them. One final delay in getting there guys well and truly over the finish-line.

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  3. Awesome painting work! Demonic skin is fantastic!
    best regards!

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  4. Congrats on getting them done. They were worth every minute you spent on them because they are gorgeous. Seriously. Gorgeous. I love the contrast between the lobster red skin and the flame red beards. Really outstanding. And such a great 1st edition AD&D feel!

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    1. Much appreciated, sir. Some fluorescent orange paint really did the trick on the beards.

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  5. Absolutely excellent. And that's enough said.

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    1. All praise gladly accepted regardless of brevity. ;)

      Many thanks, Roy.

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  6. Evil. Just how they should be :)

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    1. I had a lot to work with. Nobody sculpts evil quite like Paul Muller.

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  7. They look absolutely wicked bud! So gooood! (Bad)

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    1. They're not the friendliest looking bunch, are they?

      To extend the Blues Brothers reference from above, they may be "putting the band back together" but they're definitely not on a "mission from God".

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  8. the robe, the potion bottle...great work!

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    1. Thank you, Jonsta. I was especially chuffed by how the potion bottle turned out.

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  9. Wow. They really are absoultely superb!

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  10. Sensational work Mr. Finch, absolutely splendid! Worth waiting and wonderful to see them all together.

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    1. Thank you, Michael. Much appreciated.

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  11. Great work, happy to see them finished. Love the potion bottle!

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    1. Thanks, Chris. I share your happiness... they were under the brush a LONG time.

      Treated the bottle a bit like painting a gem - put the highlights on the bottom. Hopefully it looks like it's part full & catching the light.

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  12. Fantastic- a joy to behold.
    Really unique looking, vibrant colours.
    The sculpts look quite KevAdamsy in retrospect.

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    1. Thank you, Baron.

      The Kev Adams angle hadn't occurred to me. Normally Muller and Adams are pretty different but in this case I think you have a point.

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  13. My goodness Finch. These completed minis looks simply FANTASTIC. There was a danger that this colour scheme might have resulted in those old W40K Chaos Demon paint jobs on the GW website i.e. just a plethora of flat red but your paint job looks amazing. It pops. It sizzles. Well done Finch. Seriously well done!

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    1. Thank you, Kuan. The further I went, the more colors I threw into the mix. Pink in the faces, blue lips, green vertigris... all added "on the fly". Hopefully the predominance of red/orange kept things anchored.

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  14. Lopks great! I got to get some of these miniatures.

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