With a soft shhhh of the finger's the orcs get moving, slowly walking along the hulk of steel and junk laid out along the area. Their mission one so simple and soooo much to enjoy. They get closer and closer to the rumbling of metal that was firing off, the distraction clearly heard as these orcs got behind the enemy lines and with a last minute roar of ," WAGHHHHHHH!" they slam into their foes vehicle's. Clamping bombs, mines, launching rockkits and slamming rokkit hammer's they level numerous Imperial tanks as they then step back into the fields of steel and move to the next pray...
My latest is an unbelievably detailed and incredibly huge sculpt from pkking ... Guardian Beast Barretta (Height 28CM X 35CM Width X Length 45CM ); the kit also comes with an incredibly detailed base that I tried to give that "pits of hell" look. I see this figure at a HUGE gaming miniature and as such wanted to show him off against some gaming scale figs. So, my first diorama pics show him vs. three gaming scale angels who have got their work cut out for them. As always, everything is hand-painted with acrylics.
I hope you like it. It was definitely an endurance test with such a HUGE figure and SO much detail.
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Whee, experiment time! I tried a couple different things with this dragon. First of all, I used Premo's Twinkle Twinkle clay for the first time (black with silver and copper glitter) aaaand.... I'm not entirely sold on the effect. I adore Premo's white glitter clay, but I don't like the non-iridescent glitter nearly as much, though I do like the amount that is included and the consistency of the clay is very good as well. I'd avoided using this color of clay for a long time because I thought I wouldn't like the glitter look, but then I bought a block because I thought that using it might change my mind. So yeah, I'm dumb.
The belly was also an experiment - it's actually experiment #2 for inlaid mica flake bellies, but I haven't edited my pictures of experiment #1 yet, so you get to see the improved version first. xD I'm very pleased with the result - the multilayered look is interesting, but it's smooth to the touch and none of that mica is going anywhere. The mica was a bit of an unintentional side purchase, so I'm happy that I'm able to do something interesting with it.
First commission, thank you Sean! for being my first customer of the deff knight models <3))
with a grim chuckle from the bowels of the machine's enormous furnace the ancient warrior steps forth. seeking who to tear appart with its massive drill and it's claws. For it was time to salvage and pay back the mek boy'z and big mek'z who gave the nob boss a second chance. with grim determination and a gutteral burst of exhaust for laughter the giant lumber's forth to work.