I like looking back at the end of each Challenge to see what I have painted. It is often a surprise and a reminder of what I can achieve with your inspiration and encouragement. Even though my points target was a bit optimistic, I got a lot of projects out of my 'to-do' tray. I can't really pick a favourite.
I made it through the studio and should now be eligible for admission to the elitist 10 000 points club. Let me in!
Here's a pic of yours truly after an incident trying to get a glass marble into a 200mL bottle of Vallejo Grey Surface Primer.
Looking forwards to XIV!
You know Barks, you only get points for painting miniatures, not painting yourself or anything else in 1:1 scale, I'm sure we have some earlier cases clearly defining this. :)ReplyDelete
But indeed, it is always surprising to gather all the models together and wonder how one can paint so much in three months.
No idea what happens the rest of the year.Delete
Well done Sir, twas a great effort!ReplyDelete
Barks 0-1 Vallejo
I'll get him back next time...Delete
Well done that man. Although I don't think you are getting good undercoat coverage there.ReplyDelete
Maybe I should try foundation as an undercoat?Delete
Great collection created . Good to catch you on the chats tooReplyDelete
Thanks, Dave, you too.Delete
You can save the latest half painted model for next year's Challenge "Under Construction" studioReplyDelete
I think I'll strip it and start over!Delete
Great output, Barks! I liked your slightly off-canon Gothmog vignette, and your Italieri gladiators very much. And your checkered paint, must get some of that. Also, many thanks for your nice and supportive comments, much appreciated. See you in December!ReplyDelete
Look forwards to it!Delete
Lots of great painted stuff, Barks! And thanks for maintaining the skull-o-meter! :)ReplyDelete
I do love spreading the joy of skullz!Delete
Great output Barks and I love the careful marbling effect on that 1:1 bust you made 🤪. Plus thanks for all the great comments on my submissionsReplyDelete
Still trying to get the eyes looking less unrealistic...Delete
Another great Challenge Barks, well done.ReplyDelete
A brilliant collection Barks you've done well for sure!ReplyDelete
Great stuff, Barks. Love the selfie. ;^) See you in December for AHPC XIV.ReplyDelete
I'll be there!Delete
Wonderful wrap up Barks! I very much enjoyed your SoB and Gothmog vignette. BTW, the surface primer needs to go on smoothly, in an even coat. It helps to hide those imperfections... :)ReplyDelete
It's a difficult sculpt.Delete
Well done Barks, a great assorted horde of gribblies! Thanks for all your kind comments too :)ReplyDelete
Great post Barks, and congrats on an excellent Challenge!ReplyDelete
A great challenge mate! There's a NSFW joke about penguins, mechanics and seals that pic reminds me of :-PReplyDelete
Frankly, I'm not surprised...Delete
Grand work, Barks! My favorites are the wee gladiators and that awesome LotR diorama! Now stop splashing paint on your face and get ready for next season! ;)ReplyDelete