May 14, 2017 scrollmaster

Not much to say about Percival other than she did not take a long time to paint so I feel I’ve kinda cheated as I am happy with the end result. I do like non-metallic metal painting style, but there is something to be said for the spread of which you can make armour look great using metallic paints. Can’t wait to get the game. Not really sure how Percival actually work with the game itself. The whole gang together

March 4, 2017 scrollmaster

Ok, I bet get out of the way that I’m not 100% happy with this paint job. It was always going to be a tough one as I’m really happy with The Lion Knight. I repainted the skin 3 times over. I tried to paint Russian style tattoo of the pattern logo and failed. His eyes looked like some stop-motion character at some point. I drybrushed based AFTER painting his boots so had to repaint them And I drybrushed metal making all the fabric nearby full of metallic sparkles. Just feels like a bunch of stupid rookie painter mistakes. Having said…

February 5, 2017 scrollmaster

This is my first painted Kingdom Death: Monster miniature. I am quite happy with the result. It is also the first time I’ve used glazes both for shadow, for highlight and to mute contrast (inside the cape). And first time painting skin on semi-nude female models. That was much more difficult than I thought. It took me a long time to decide on a colour scheme. In the end I decided to paint him as a white knight and Googled around for white knight inspiration. I didn’t get anywhere, but then I remember that Jamie Lanister from Game of Thrones…