Monday, 24 November 2014

A wagon for a merchant (Pt. 2)

I've brought some paint on the merchant's wagon :)

I used the same palette that I had used for the mini, for coherence purposes (I love it when the word 'coherence' can finally be applied to me :D)

Despite the choice of colours, no, this is not going to be an Ork Wagon
I kept on using the pedlar idea and finally came up with this:

Dr. Gosherian. Remedies & stuff. Blah blah blah
According to Google, it says 'doctor' there. Didn't find how I coud phonetically write 'Gosherian' in Arab
So the basic wagon would finally look like this:

Square, shabby and barely functional... OK, that means Warhammer 40,000
But of course the wagon needed some kind of stuff here and there. I would have loved to have some pans, flowerpots and stuff like that. But all I had at hand was this:

Well, at least looks like a traveller
The front axle can actually turn, BTW
Yup, I love adding plates to vehicles
Wanna trade?
No need to say, this is quite an eccentricity on my urban/civilian project, but anyway I find it terribly fun and really believe it adds some flavour.

I still have tons of pending scenery, so I guess I will work a little on that. Or in different stuff, you already know how I disfunctionally work :D

12 comments:

  1. I wonder what kind of snake oil he is trying to sale.

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  2. Magnifico, veras me doy a la tarea de apuntar mucho de lo que haces, un blog excelente, que carreta tan bonita, gitanos del espacio.

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias! Me pareció una idea graciosa, me alegra que te guste :)

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  3. I love the attention you pay to details like licence plate (like you did on that arbites vehicle) I even expected a magic tree hanging form teh rearview mirror !

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    1. Hahaha! The pine tree! How I didn't think of that! :D

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  4. Great stuff mate, you are buiding up a funky little town, can't wait to see it altogether.

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    1. Thank you! Won't be as cool as your Ferrograd, of course, but I'm trying to do it my own way, a little messy, a little chaotic, with as much variety as I can, a kind of anarchic Babel with references from here and there... Let's see if when all put together still makes any sense!

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  5. Loving the details you put in Suber ... it takes your work to whole other level (of a higher kind). Nice! :)

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    1. Thank you! That's where I find more fun, in making these things more 'believable' and not just mere scenery pieces to block the view. Glad you like it! :)

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  6. Me han encantado tus últimos trabajos Suber, un gran saludo amigo.

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    1. Muchas gracias, intento mantenerme activo :)

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