It's great to see the rest of the warband Nacho. You're right, the addition of a bit of blood and gore on their blades makes them more of a force to be reckoned with. I really like those nasty little mutant rats, and the Verminkin sporting the rotary cannon thingy looks positively deadly.
|Carlisle Graham rapid shooting daredevil|
I am struck speechless. Wow! What a wonderfully whacky and imaginative figure. It's just fantastic Michael and I got a good, long belly laugh out of reading this. I have to say when I saw the archival photo of the dashing Mr. Carlisle I thought someone had captured an illicit image of me getting ready for my morning ablutions! Sacrebleu!
Seriously, what a great miniature - so brilliantly conceived and executed.
I also love the opening image of our daredevil 'shooting' the Falls - just fantastic. And thank you for providing the link to the water effect tutorial - I think I may give that a go.
Michael's 'Curtgeld' will provide him with 20 points and me with a excellent memento of his participation in this year's Challenge. Thank you Michael!
Nice one Juan! She is a lovely casting to be sure. I like the armour colour you've given her. It reminds me of Boromir's from The Lord of the Rings.
This figure will give you a base of 5 points but I'm throwing in another for the excellent painted shield design. Lovely work Juan - Three entries in a week?! You're on fire!
Welcome aboard Teemu - it's great to have you with us!
These are some very nice Oldhammer figures. I like the colour scheme you've chosen (those are some awesome red shoes btw) and the heraldry on the shields is a great finishing touch.
As for whites I can recommend the Foundry three tier system ('Austrian White' #67a,b&c). The paint is very smooth, opaque and will give great coverage right from the first coat. Reaper is very good as well.
Nice work and 15 points for you climb up the roster.
Nice work Sean! I like his purple hair and the very pale skin-tone you chose to use. Very suiting for a barbarian of Tzeentch. For those who have read the Erikson books, this figure might make a good Karsa Orlong as well, with a bit of modification.
A very nice mini Sean!
These look absolutely brilliant David and I'm sure your dad must be delighted with the gift. I really like the saturated colours you went with, especially their groovy red boots and the purple rim on the bases. Very cool!
These three mean little green men will give you 15 points for your debut on the roster. Welcome aboard David!