I’ve been very productive painting lately, finishing three miniatures since I posted WIP shots of the Norman warrior figure nine days ago. I’m eager to share them all with you, but I am really trying to level up my photography and I’d like to give you higher quality images to enjoy.
Anyway, you can see one of the figures here, hopefully looking a little better than usual.
This was a simple and expressive mini, so I set myself the challenge of completing it in a day (not counting prep and a bit of grissaille, which were done the day before).
Painting so quickly have me a chance to capture some of the great expression of the mini without worrying overmuch about refinement. I also had to work quickly on things that typically cause me trouble, like NMM. It’s not a particularly fast method, but I used stippling and glazing across the whole figure.
The mini was sculpted by Romain Van den Bogaert. I have another of RVdB’s figures working its way toward paint now.
Thanks for checking in. I’d love to hear what you think of my little experiment.