Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending my second painting workshop with Fernando Ruiz. Fernando is not only a fantastic painter, but he runs his own miniature company FeR Miniatures which produces some of the coolest busts and miniatures that I have seen on the market. If you have not seen his range yet, […]
Without much further commenting, the final pictures of my Nutsplanet US airborne bust: If you like this bust, you should take a look at the other works from this sculptor, Jun-Sik Ahn, His works are amazing! If you are on Putty&Paint, you can vote for this piece right here.
While I haven’t posted for a while, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been painting. In fact, I have finished a few paintjobs and today is the big cleaning day: Even before I put my airbrush into the bath, tons of paint residue came out – especially my needle canal looked pretty bad. I guess […]
I’ve been painting quite a bit over the past few weeks, but I wasn’t able to post any picture updates. After the painting most of my US airborne’s field gear & backback separately, I am now starting to assemble everything to see how the overall light situation works. I am mostly happy how it turned […]
This weekend has been really good in terms of finding time for painting. Spend a few hours on the US airborne on Saturday. I made good progress with the hand grenade, the first aid kit and the field gear which is going to be attached to his belt. Still tons of work to do: backpack, […]
After the workshop with Alfonso aka Banshee, I definitely wanted to try out some of the new things that I have learned (or at least hoped to have learned) immediately. The hands of the bust are now painted with the “new style” or at least new knowledge about colors. They are not 100% done yet, […]
The straps and shoulder pads from the backpack are done for now. Moving on to the rifle. This is my first attempt at painting the wood grain pattern on as the surface of the resin model is completely smooth.