A commission of a friend of mine as a Space Marine of the Space Wolf chapter, from Warhammer 40k. Tried to keep it in the same heavy shadow style as the graphic art in the Space Wolf Codex. It was fun to paint, and developed fairly quickly.
One of three commission images I recently completed.
The client wanted an Eldar Farseer and Ultramarine character to be playing a tabletop wargame. I'm really happy with the hands and the folds of the clothes on these pics. The image was for the client's website; miniwars.co.uk please check it out!
Second of Eight. Yep, that's Commander Farsight in the background.
I decided to test my abilities by creating a 'water base' for Ob'lotai. I used Realistic Water, Water Effects, and Hydrocal Plaster w/ Rock Molds from the Woodland Scenic line. They're not just for trains anymore. The rocks are painted with Citadel paints.... I forget which. They were unprimed before I painted and it worked beautifully. Commander Farsight is based with the same kind of rock mold, but there is also some grass flocking and terrain paints from Citadel.
For the 'nonpainted' metal, I used Warplock Bronze for the base, washed in Agrax Earthshade, and drybrushed with Leadbelcher. Well, I say 'drybrushed.' I hadn't quite gotten my technique for drybrushing down yet. successive attempts on other minis do look better, I promise.
Garreon, often called "The Corpsemaster" by his brethren, was the Chief Apothecary of the Renegade Astral Claws Chapter during the Badab War. He was one of the Astral Claws who survived the Loyalist Astartes' final assault on Badab Primaris during the closing days of the conflict. He still serves the whims of his wretched Lord Huron Blackheart, who commands the Renegade warband of Chaos Space Marines now known as the Red Corsairs.
Magic guides my whole life... but apple pies are my compass...
OK, couldn't help but introducing to you my sweetie Alosyus Alistair Athanasius, aka Alsy for short (or "Tummy" too in front of a bakery giggle), a talented young mage who appears at the very end of my story... or at its very beginning.... He has an awful writing, his teachers always try to unload his homeworks to a colleague, but actually he is so intelligent they now, it will be almost perfect. He is specialized in ice magic and spirits calling (the little ice elemental is named Atina but he calls her Titine ^^') but is very interested in ALL kinds of magic. Nevertheless he is a real chatterbox, always stressed, doubtful about his skills (this is why he is always nibbling and got a little tummy ) However, Alsy has also his head on the clouds, only concentrating on magic, spells and pastry. This is why he can seem to be weak or clumsy, not really aware to the world surrounding him. For that matter he is almost deaf/blind on the right side after some troubles he had to get through.
He is a kind-nature, despite his powers, he is someone very sweet, somehow naive, sute and lovely (this is why he loves a lot Izumi... who is a very good cook by the way). I love this little cute guy... this is why I'm planning many ordeals for him ^^'
And here's more stuff I found last weekend. Some of these need editing so bad, but I decided to leave everything as it is.
All scribbled in class or at 4am or at times when I should've been doing sth else in general. I'm a hopeless fantard. And I have no idea why I'm obsessing over Snake Eater so bad again, I'm not even playing it at the moment.
Done! Please read on if you're interested in buying one, I put details past the description!
Comments would be VERY appreciated!
This photo shows the original sculpt strung, the same as the completed pieces will be strung (leather cord with a glass bead, unless requested otherwise)...to convey that this piece hangs nicely for wearing!
It's doooone! This is the piece I'm hoping will appease people wanting to buy my old design "Once Upon a Blue Moon". The previous male werewolf pendant I just mentioned, is a technical nightmare to reproduce and I may be done making them. This piece is still about 99% 3D, close to the same scale (still nice and small!), yet MORE detailed/ up to date. The last design is from 2009, this one is 2012, as you can see the year and initials are engraved on the side of the base. He's also wearing some classic torn werewolf pants for those of you put off by the nudey werewolves with the fur bulge . This is the clay original, completed sculpt made mostly from Supersculpy Firm with a tiny bit of the regular Supersculpey mixed in. I'm still trying to come up with a name for him! I'm titling him "Moonlit Cliff" for now, and may change it. This little guy is meant to be crouching on a rocky cliff, in all his miniature werewolfy glory! As you can see by the photo...I even added the small details of veins on his arms, hands, and feet. My goal was to try to capture close to the same amount of detail as my expensive 9 inch tall werewolf figurine I sometimes sell (limited edition, and may be done making them due to difficulty/time). This little guy should be easy enough to cast where I won't have to stop making him...I HOPE, but I stop making pieces when I tire of a design, so not all of my pendants will be available indefinitely. He has five human digits, plus a dewclaw...this is my preference for my werewolves to make them more monster-like and a little less anthro/furry style (just trying to be different!). I realize humans have five fingers/toes, and wolves have four toes ....I look up references before I sit down to work on something for hours and hours. but here he is! i hope you guys like him! I'm very happy with the end result and will be making a mold this week...resin should be arriving any day too!
I'll be accepting at least a COUPLE pre-orders at this time from anyone interested. The only reason I'm limiting it for now is I'm very busy prepping for the Renaissance Fair (April 7th-May 20th), and don't want to bog myself down with online business that will also deplete my stock for the fair . But I also need money for the fair, to gas up my car, eat, etc..lol...so I'm accepting a few sales (2- or 3 approximately...maaaaybe 4 depending how easy or hard he casts)
Pre-orders will work like this: I ordered resin last week, and have silicone on hand to make the mold. I need to mold, cast, and paint wash each piece to complete it (well one or more molds..then each casting needs to be completed). Pre-orders (at the latest) will be shipped next month before I run off to ren fair (sometime during April, probably early April before the 7th). Just comment here or note me if you're interested! Finished pieces are cast in a solid, STRONG (almost unbreakable) polyurethane resin, and I do a nice paint wash in various colors, then clear coat to finish 9paint washes work best for durability and bring out the details in a nice stylized way!). Please check out my gallery for various completed designs that I also sell . I'll be charging $30.00 per pre-order plus $5.00 shipping anywhere in the world, I accept Paypal.
This piece/design is Copyright 2012 Angela Pileggi (AKA AMP, Meadowknight), DO NOT use this image or any of my castings without my direct permission .
Aaawww they're so cute together! They make the perfect couple I swear! I dont really have much else to say on this one, only that it didnt look as visual stunning as my last picture. Alot of the lights I set up in poser didnt seem to show up on the two of them. Oh well.
So the Wonder Bolts, no doubt, resemble The Blue Angels and someone suggested Dash should fly them. So what the hay!
Ponies in your air space! Dance with the Angels!
A couple notes.: I used a couple of pics for reference. I don't have a model F/A-18 at hand so would be quite difficult! Omitted pilot names on the planes. I didn't want the pic to be heavily detailed. As long as they look like F/A-18s, we're good to go.
Another piece I guess I never uploaded (I suspect it's safe to now, as DragonCon has come and gone.)
This was commissioned back in July by the folks of FWA ( [link] ) for use on the interior cover adspace in DragonCon's convention book. FWA's theme this year is Safari, so I figure... what would furries go see on safari? ;]
I was sort of hired on last minute and only had a couple of days to get the piece done. I wish I could have had a bit more time to work on it, but, I say that about most things.
Fourty k has a large range of power armors for mortals. Astartes are not the only ones needing protection. Being an avid fan of warhammer, I must take upon myself to illustrate the different designs. So far armor is split into two categories, Heavy Power armor, and Light power armor. This illustrates the former. A suit that encloses the wearer in ceremite and plaststeel, providing isolation from the environment.
It is based on Fallout armor combined with Jin Ro and of course elements of 40k.