I've not painted anything "display level" for myself, but I hope to rectify that in the next week or so.
I'm working through a commission of starting models for Kingdom Death: Monster for a client, and I'm on the final model of this phase for them, the Butcher...
The one on the left is my own tabletop version. The new version will be a much colder scheme, and I've only worked on the armour plates so far.
I most recently finished the client's White Lion...
The lower pic was a nearly finished image, plus the lion on the left again is my own one.
Just before that I painted the client's Screaming Antelope...
You'll probably notice that I focused on the furry texture with both of the lions and this antelope. I'm quite pleased to be adding this to my regular repertoire, and adds a certain realism to the monsters which have smooth skin on the whole.
The image at the bottom here was a quick sketch that I did for the base using a stylised version of the Antelope's crest in the KD:M rulebook. It was a bit of fun and will either end up on the base of my own Antelope or the clients one.
Before that I did the 4 starting survivors for them too...
The lower set are my own, which I also completed recently.
So that rounds up the glut of KD models that I've worked on so far this year - there shall definitely be a lot more to come too!
I also completed 2 models for Mythos ready for their Kickstarter later this spring, and I'm currently waiting on a couple more I think that they want done before Salute in April.
These are Abigail and Maharal...
Abigail was a pretty straight forward paint job, but Maharal was more of a challenge of textures and sheen. Both were pretty fun though. You can find out more about Mythos/Paranoid Miniatures here - LINKY
Right, that's me up to date! Just in time for the weekend!
Have a good one.