I know 've been quite silent this year and not showing much updates but I've been working a lot on several things and I'm going to show you few pictures of the various projects i'm in right now.
There is a new bug to come, a little surprise so there wont be too many pictures here ( WIP pictures ). I'm also planing some flying troops quite soon actually because this project is quite challenging ( 6 to 8 mm max, 5 models with 2 wings each, 5 X 6mm bases and 10 cm of translucent plastic rod, 1mm diameter.). This project is only on artwork now, haven't started it yet.
28 mm ...
This is new, never sculpted 28 mm characters before but it's quite funny actually. I'm planning to mould some of my new creations and of course if there is people interested they will be for sale once ready.
This first character on the left is my very first try of beesputty resin ( I try to work with baked putty now )
The second is a reptile/man mutant, I'm planing two heads and at least 3 weapons options ( sci-fi character ), This one might be in production actually.
The third is my second try with baked putty
The fourth one is my next try, 3 arms mutant, probably start it tonight actually.
There is many other armature, bodies and heads, ready to be sculpted, some artworks as well, I will sometime take more time and post here all this
Zoom on the second mutant.
I also have few models for Mordheim, A beastmen warband, to escape Sci-fi Games I play most of the time. Some Wip here and my painted Warband in gallery :)
Gor/ hero character with... a third arm. Of course all hand got magnets so I can change weaponry.
Jackets can hide the gaps if you use magnets...
Claws version. Only fins and the 'mout' between claws missing.
Closer view on the fins plugs.
Acid spray version.
The Devouvrer is growing well, Massive claws are finished. Thorax is 95% done and I'm now focusing on abdomen part.
It's is of course possible to turn the model upside down, if you prefer or just for change, I made two different 'packers' to hide fixation's holes.
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Tentacles are now finished, the step is the animal's thorax.
For them who don't like the ship position it will be possible to turn it 'upside down'. Two small parts will hide each fixation holes and make possible to choose in which way you mount it.
Tentacles aren't attache dto the thorax and I will sculpt an optional weaponry.
Model base, milliput ( yellow and white ) and green stuff. This model is empty; I digged out most of the resin out so it will cheaper to mould and cast.
The model assembled.
After a week. The work is hard and long because all chitin plates must be sculpted one by one in two steps : first to give make the shape and second to had details.
Here comes the Dalys ! it's nearly ready now, one head to finish and one harm.
There is some little differences in comparison with prescedent models. This one for example will not have 3 sets of optional weapons, just one pair of harms.
I've chose this option to reduce the price of each model and because it's quite easy to transform your model with a simple hairdryer so you can bend hamrs the way you want without breaking them.
New legs fixations. I always try to improve my models and on this one I try a new leg fixation system. It's less discrete than other systems but stronger so after thinking a lot I think our player comrades will prefer strong models.
New harms version ( old version above ). I took close pictures of the finished one so you can see the details of mussels and tendons.
Second harms isn't finished, this one is holding a poison orb.
Dalys new weapons and first head. The acid orb isn't fixed but will be included in the pack.
New space-bug cruiser !
Acid orbs matrix on the back. It's maybe a bit hard now to imagine exactly how it works and what is what but It will make more sense after with chitin armour.
New ground bug, with a first design made 7 month ago.
More precise design made the 23/10.
Very first step : metal structure and base shapes.
Very old project, started years ago, but I'm back to it now and try new colour schemes like on the prow here.
Wintermans. It's me.