Zombie army in progress (including the complete zombie front-left).
Vampire (it is in-progress, I promise, check the next shot).
See! Working on his cloak.
I am determined to give this girl some eyes that look slightly realistic, we'll see. I love the little dude with a pipe (behind her staff). 90% done with this miniature, looks better smaller, and I will get those eyes right.
White base coat done to bring out the detail on these two warriors, it makes it easier to see the miniature and work out which bits belong to which body parts.
Our little vampire coming along. Grey wash on the face covered by black ink wash so far.
Some awesome Rackham miniatures, although entirely sexist and rediculous, but it's fantasy after all.
Very thin white wash to bring out the detail and first thin wash of skin tone.
The white still shows through the skin tone, but another light skin was and then a few layers of ink and highlights will stop that.
I think we've found the weak spot in their defenses.
The zombies, slowly being thrown together.
Random skin tones, and flat colours everywhere at the moment.
Once we start applying some washes and dry brushing those flat colours will come to life.
Chestnut wash to start the skin process (after another thin coat of flesh) - I hope this works.
I'm obliged to post a rear view.
More progress on just this one of the three so far, working on the metals and other major solid areas.
This was taken using the flash and my 'old' settings, I'll take some more with the new settings once I've re-charged the camera battery.
Little halfling rogue for Grete
Slowly getting there.
Grete wants natural colours.
Knew as soon as I put red on this I'd ruined it, not to mention the horrible hack job on the cloak. Oh well, now I get to mess with random colours to see how they work out.
Thin white wash to bring out the edges.
Hair, eyes, flesh and lowest blue layer done.
Rear view, hair needs some touching up.
Slightly better angle from the front, silver metal work first coat
Metal work has an armour wash, boots done with base layer and red clothing painted / washed
Gold trim, more metalwork detail
Rushing this one, sometimes I just can't help it
Base coat done, I really don't fancy painting this!
Just starting Tony from Hasslefree
Why yes, I did completely screw that up, why do you ask?m
Tony from Hasslefree
Tony on his base, a little washed out due to the flash
Playing with skin tones
Playing with shading skin tones
Skin! Shading! Tones!