This is a Pulp City hero named Dr. Mercury and will be released in the same pack with the sword girl Chronin. This was a very nice and simple mini to paint. I'll possibly paint another and make a tutorial for the chrome/SENMM-effect.
Another great Pulp City sculpt by James Van Schaik. I'm a big fan of the original artwork for this mini but had a vision of a bit different colour scheme. The tones of the white armour were a real challenge for my five year old camera and photo skills.
These pics are taken by Morf and I think he managed to capture the white armour better.
I just recently continued painting some old work in progress stuff and she was the first one. The mini is Dionne from Hasslefree. I tried to make her look very sinister and as a funny side note, if I remember correctly this little scene was greatly inspired by this.
This is my first studio paintjob for Pulp Monsters. I'm very proud for getting a chance to paint minis for them. I hope you like her.
On a side note, as this blog just got two new followers; Bandit86 and Jenova Painting (I remember Jenova's incredible gallery from the days I got into mini painting and now she's back!) and I thought I should add the follower gadget to this blog and learn to use it by myself too.