Wednesday, 28 January 2015

From JuanM - 28mm Goblin Champion, SCW Brigadistas & Pulp Adventurer (25 Points)

Hello.
I´m here, at last, with a new entry. I have been a bit busy these days, so my painting list is full of "must-be-done" notes...

First one, my second figure for the Fantasy project. He is a true old guard, a 28mm resin dwarf from Scibor Miniatures mounted in on their wonderful bases. A pleasure to paint, really.




Second one, a Goblin "champion" also from Scibor Miniatures. He is going to be Gorb, a mighty captain under the command of The Prophet.




Third, more (yes, more) SCW Brigadistas from Empress Miniatures. I would like to have finished an AT gun than rest from this commission, but it is in the "must-be-done" group...


Fourth, Lance, the first Dr Newton´s assistant. Another wonderful miniature from Pulp Figures.




This secondary project, born thanks to The Challenge, is gaining steam. I have received a lot of natives and other figures from Bob Murch, and I have the first cultist ready to be painted (he was going to participate in this week´s Bonus Challenge, but... he is in the must-be-done group).

Cheers!!!

34 comments:

  1. That goblin is great. I like the green you used.

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    1. Thank you a lot. The recipe appears to work, I think.

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  2. Very nice painting and an excellent selection of miniatures. cheers

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  3. They are all excellent, Juan! I really like your clean style and blending, they look wonderful! The dwarf is simply awesome! My tribe has no legend or myths with anything like a dwarf in them, I'm a big fan of hardworking axe and hammer wielding armored maniacs charging into battle! ;)

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    1. Yes, I like them a lot, small maniacs...

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  4. All the figures are excellent but the Goblin steels the show for me

    Ian

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  5. All these are great, especially the dwarf - extremely characterful!

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  6. Your Painting is a Madness!
    is Lance waiting the "Night boat to Cairo!" ?

    All the best.

    Gilles " one step beyond ;-)"

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    1. Thank you very much. I think he is waiting the moment to begin the work or to finish it for today!

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  7. Great stuff the archaeologists assistant is particularly good understated but full of depth.

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  8. They all look good to me but specially the goblin. That shade of green is just spot on!

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    1. Vallejo Olive Green plus Japanese Uniform. And a good figure to paint, of course.

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  9. Very well done Juan! My absolute favourite is the fat goblin. I really like his somehow sickish skin tone.

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    1. Thank you a lot. This is a great figure, and there are some more of them!!!

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  10. Really brilliant. I love the depth your painting gives to the figures

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  11. Great job Juan.. And I like the chariot!

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    1. Thanks, Dave. The "chariot" is a never ending task, I think...

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  12. I particularly love the goblin, but these all came out very nicely!

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    1. Thanks, David. I like a lot the goblin. Fortunately, there are more of them!

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  13. Excellent work again Juan, your skill with the brush is very high.

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  14. I'm liking your goblin theme Juan

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    1. Thanks, Phil. Now, I would like to paint a black orc...

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  15. Those Scibor miniatures look great. Nice to see you adding fantasy to your repertoire.

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    1. Yes, these miniatures are fantastic and a pleasure to paint.

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