I finished the 2nd model for my (very) infrequent painting series on Blood Angels by Jawaballs, a Witch Hunter Inquisitor. I try to stretch my painting wings in that series and master some of the brush techniques practiced by experienced painters. It's fair to say I'm having mixed success, since what was supposed to be my second model in the series was my light-sourced Dark Eldar Archon...
That didn't work out so well.
Still, it's hard to stray too far from my speed painting roots. Many of you know I keep a test miniature of some sort handy to paint on while I'm waiting through the drying time of whatever project I happen to find myself working on.
The above Space Marine is one such I did today.
It's more than nothing special, it's strictly average (heh) in practically every way, being tabletop quality only. Still, I painted him in about 15 minutes, not including drying time for the one wash I used.
So that's yet another model that fits in no existing army, but I still think it's worthwhile. I practice little trips and combinations and such - ways to improve tone or hide flaws or whatnot.
Anyway, there you go. Test miniatures; give it a go!
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One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.
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