Tuesday, November 23, 2010

News





Here are some more minis I've recently painted. I hope you like them.

Soda Pop Miniatures



Pulp City



Tengu Models

Monday, August 16, 2010

Let the chips fall where they may



There have been lack of updates since I recently moved to another town. Here are some models I have painted for Pulp City last month.

First Jade Hawk designed by Matt (Invader Larb), I hope you like it. Concept is done by Melvin de Voor and sculpt by James Van Schaik:


Another Heavy Metal hero by Van Schaik:


And lemures sculpted by Jarek Smolka:



The last but not the least; zombie kids from Studio Miniatures


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Ape and stuff

Harmaa Getto - Peura

Here is a new ARC guerrilla Silverager I painted for Pulp City. Sculpted by Jarek Smolka.


I recently took better pics of some old figures I have painted before starting this blog. These three AT-43 TacArms from Rackham are still some of my personal favourites. I remember concentrating heavily on the zenithal lighting when painting these about three years ago.



I painted my first commission couple months after those. A big bunch of Skarboyz and their transports. (Also the pics are old this time for obvious reasons)



My temporary workspace back then and the villainous little minion of the superlative antagonist cat ^__^

Friday, June 18, 2010

PCP


Säästöpojat - Sirkan metafyysinen tyyli

This is Skyline from Pulp City. The model is sculpted by James Van Schaik. I hope you like it.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Nau

Lau Nau - Painovoimaa, valoa

This is Amaris, female adventurer a new model I painted for Terragnosis.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Noa


It's been a while since the last post. Here are few new paintjobs

These minis are sculpted by a fellow Finnish blogger Mikko who runs a great zombie-themed Dawn of the Lead blog.



Here are couple new minis I've painted for Studio Miniatures



Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Kurukuru

Jaakko Eino Kalevi - Poison

I just finished rest of the Sphere Wars minis.





Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Moumantai!

Here are pics of the Fiametta I painted for Soda Pop Miniatures.



This is a ball I did for Massive Voodoo's contest. It's scuplted from Fimo :)

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Short note

Damn photobucket! The pics should be back on the 5th day.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

'Piphany rambler

This is Kenobo, Monk of Gomandi from Soda Pop Miniatures, the magnificient sculpture is done by Alexandre “Aragorn” Marks. I hope you like it.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Moa

Here are some more Sphere Wars minis I've painted.


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Myö

Here is a preview of some Sphere Wars stuff I'm painting at the moment:



These are my very first models of 2010 - a Wizard of the Oz inspired survivor group from Studio Miniatures


Friday, January 22, 2010

Höh

This is the latest mini I finished for Pulp City. The Super Zed!



This is for my own Pulp City "shelf", which have been filling up very slowly lately (as the other shelves too..)

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Bad Santa

Here is a new zombie set I painted for Studio Miniatures.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Some techno

It's been a while since the last update.. here is the Vector from Pulp City:



I made a simple tutorial to show how the base was made.

Here you can see the materials (textured plasticard is "Modern Cobbles" from Antenociti's, Milliput, piece of 2-3mm thick cork board) and tool (no actual need for all the fancy sculpting tools)


First I draw the round base shape to the back of the plastic sheet, with a mecanical pencil and 20 cent coin (I think this is the best size to fit the top of 30mm lipped base)



Then I carefully cut the shpe with those small scissors. I often use some fine sandpaper to smooth the edges.


For the raised platform I draw part of the base circle and then the blocky shape around it.


Then I glued it to the piece of cork


and roughly removed the excess cork.


Here the platform is glued to the base. It should look like the grid continues in smae level if looked straight from above.


Then just mix some Milliput and fill the empty space below the platform. You can also sculpt the grid to continue on the vertical areas to look like it's made from small cubes. For additional perfection the milliput can be easily sliced, filed and sanded to smooth the scuplting.