Sunday, 3 June 2018

Not exactly light luggage

I was in the right mood for another big beast in the World of Twilight project. That involves flashy colours and striking combinations of different patterns. I still had schemes to test, so it was time to see if they worked...

Let's try yellow this time
I wanted to try a little bit more elaborate pattern on the travelling blanket (in previous attempts on other minis I left it just in a single plain colour; now it feels kind of dull). So I came to this:

Just on the edge of causing epilepsy
I wanted it to be colourful, like all the minis in this project, as lavish as I could, but keeping in mind that this one is a traveller, a merchant, so it couldn't look like royalty.

Lots of things can be done though
This was the final result:

Not exactly light lugagge, but comfly for long range merchant routes
You'll eventually experience some haemorrhoids problems, but you can travel with proper liniment for that
The road goes ever on and on... No, wait, that was another bloke's song
So this is it. I still haven't decided what to paint next. I'm working on a couple of other projects at the same time, so I hope you will see painted stuff soon (-ish)...

18 comments:

  1. Oh sweet Odin!! What an excellent looking miniatures! I love how You painted it!

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    1. Thank you! They are sweet sculpts, some real fresh air in the fantasy scene :)

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  2. Superb work Suber! My mate has some of the figures and rulebooks.

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    1. All the ranges are beautiful. I haven't had the chance to play yet (well, it's been a while since I played anything, gasp!!)

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  3. excelente como siempre!
    Enhorabuena :)

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias! Las minis de World of Twilight son geniales para tomar aire fresco y salirte de la rutina :)

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  4. Awesome... just awesome I’m so many levels!!

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    1. Thank you very much! I have to confess that every mini is a challenge. Looking for suitable patterns and colours (and making all of them different!) becomes quite an endeavour from time to time. But once you get it finished and see it painted it's like 'ahhh, it finally worked!' :D

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    1. Thanks! I'm running out of patterns, I have to come up with something!! :P

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  6. Man, I love these guys.
    I really enjoy coming over to your blog and seeing really characterful miniatures. Stuff you have stories behind, whether or not they'll ever get into a game.

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    1. Thank you! This is the part I enjoy most, of course, but I'd certainly love to play more! Time is an issue, I need more hours in the day! Or perhaps better scheduling. Yes, I think that may work as well...

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  7. Putting more details into the blanket is certainly a great idea. You can never have too many details I say ... well almost never ... but in this case it was the right call. :)

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    1. Haha, details, setails, it's all about details!! :D

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    1. It is! All the World of Twilight minis are really great, truly fresh air :)

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  9. Colourful and unique, such a nice paintjob.

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    1. Thanks! I feel comfortable with this style on these minis, now I cannot see myself painting them in earthy colours, hehe

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