Lah-Saa - Lands of Arran Kickstarter


Quite a long time has passed without anything new on the blog. Both Matthieu and i are quite busy, between our families and our jobs. But, i somehow managed to finish another work, the third one for the Lands of Arran, Elves & Dwarves kickstarter.

This time it was a very big piece, the biggest i have ever painted in fact. I named Lah-Saa, the polar bear rider! I had to take some shortcuts to avoid spending 150 hours on it, but i'm happy with the final result.





This paintjob will be detailed in a step by step for the backers of the kickstarter. Hope you like it and i wish to see some other versions in the future ;) !

Martin

Knocker with Maul - Blacksmith Miniatures


Here is the last miniature painted some times ago for Blacksmith Miniatures. This one is part of the World of Jean-Baptiste Monge kickstarter and was sculpted by the talented Stéphane Camosseto. A lot of fun and liberty with this guy and his maul painted in the same way than the first three figures done before.

"Knocker with Maul"

54mm figure
Sculpt by: Stéphane Camosseto



 




 


And to finish, a small view to have a better perception of the size...for those who aren't used to the miniatures world. I hope to come back with new projects soon...



Cheers!

Öosram - Elves & Dwarves Kickstarter




Here is the last miniature i painted for the Elves & Dwarves kickstarter, Öosram the dwarf. The original piece was superbly sculpted by Valentin Zak, based on drawings from the comic saga "Nains" by Nicolas Jarry and Jean-Paul Bordier.

Since the painting will the the topic of a step by step for the backers of the campain, i cant tell you much about the process here, sorry.


I will paint two more miniatures for this campain in a near future, so stay tuned ;) .

Cheers!

Gobs Team - Blood Bowl



Hum...I started to paint a little Blood Bowl goblin as a test...the goal was to build a team to play...it was in 2013...well! These last days I painted the following two...oh yeah! Nothing special about these figures ... just that I love these gobs who are almost as old as me and who are as funny to paint as to prepare! I hope not to wait so long before continuing this serie of quick and relaxing painting...

  

 

  


And the first three players waiting to be joined by their comrades ... to be walked on cheerfully!



See you...cheers!

-Matthieu-