There is something really satisfying about finishing these miniatures. i think it is because they have two main qualities in my eyes. One is that they're quite uniform and therefore very satisfying to complete the whole unit but also because they're quite random in that their horses are all different and so is most of their weaponry. The horses where the biggest part of this job but definitely fun none the less. Anyway here are the best pictures i could get today as i am mid house move also meaning i have misplaced most of my lighting stuff.
pretty much done on these normans now :) spent the last few shifts doing the layers and alternate painting techniques on these horses. some are layered some are drybrushed and then "lowlighted" with a darker shade for definition. either way they all pop and look wonderful.
can't wait to send these back.
As soon as i sent these photos to my client he sent more miniatures :)
My favorite kind of repeat order, one done in faith. Being the point of EZPainter im glad to gain more and more peoples trust as i paint.
Below is the finished models from the first lot of foundry Normans. The card bases took some bashing during the painting process and might need re making but otherwise theyre lovely :)
28mm Foundry Normans
First up is a new commission from a long time client. Very glad to be doing business again and this is a great commission. Also i love it when people order small batches in level 2 because it allows me to do different hair colors and such.
Here are my inspiration pics so far.
The next is a little "intro deal" order. This fellah is getting two Gladiators painted to level 2. Lovely excuse to work on skin tones and metals.