Miniature painting and sculpting
Magnificent, Steve - all 3 are great, great miniatures - but the "Child Catcher" stands out. Certainly a must have :)
Cheers Clam, glad you like :)
Nice work in particular the guy with the scythe is really great!Christopher
Excellent detail...great work! I like the guy with the beard and rat best! Keep it coming!
Cheers Cory, yep like him too :)
Ah, those are really nice Steve! The bearded old codger is my favourite, even if the beard looks like a bit like a furry third leg. I think it's something about the texture resembling fur more than beard. The top part is ace (ie the actual facial beard) though!On a completely unrelated note, you "need" to update the link to my blog in your blogroll - I've moved around a bit so the old link points into dead space. Just enter the same old address (http://ministuff.godzilla.se) and the new blog engine's feed will be used.
Thanks for the crit Mattias, nice coat of paint will sort that ;), sorted your linkcheersSteve
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The final miniature with the knife has a distinct 'Edmund Blackadder' vibe going on... Was the cunning devil an influence for the piece?
Yes that rubber faced buffoon was the brief, not easy in this scale but enough of the traits seemed to be still recognisable......I think :)
Brilliant models! The chap with the long beard reminds me of Terry Jones in Life of Brian - "Get off my juniper berries!"Excellent stuff!
Cheers, glad you like