Highlander bust

I finally found some time to post my last sculpture here. It was a 1/12e scale bust of a Jacobite highlander at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. Initially the face was just an exercise ... as the result suited me, I continued on a historical theme that reminded me of my recent journey in family in the beautiful scenery of Scotland ... nothing more. This is my second bust and I am happy with the progress made since the first ... more dynamic and thinner ... still a lot of work to progress but it advances despite the short time available to sculpt.

"Scottish Highlander 1746"
1/12e bust
Sculpted with Fimo putty



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 ;) !


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...


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 ;) .