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30mm Woodelf from Games Workshop

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by RobH, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. RobH Active Member

    Hi Folks

    finally got some pics sorted of a Woodelf Noble figure from GW. It's a fair enlargement of a 30mm figure, so be gentle. I compositied several pics and gave them a gradient background in PS. The jury is still out in my my head as to how that looks

    I tried non-metallic metals on this one - my second real attempt. The figure had some details removed that I felt cluttered it, and I added some extra tree roots to the base with MS and used H&A forest litter on the base for a real atumnal look.

    Of course, there's a coolmini link. Please vote if you feel like it!

    Woodelf on Coolmini


    this one is a long time complete, and I always welcome constructive criticism. :)
  2. frank h Well-Known Member

    Looking good Rob

    Frank (y)
  3. Jim Patrick Active Member

    Well, here's mine Rob. Quit painting. Just give it up. ;) :lol: How's a guy supposed to catch up when painters like you get better and better? :) The "non metalic metals" (?) look really good. What colors did you use for this? What about the green cloak? Hmmmmm, if I didn't know any better I'd say you already have the elf from Andrea so......let's see it Rob. Slap some paint on it instead of the bathroom you almost got to live in! LOL!

    Looks great my friend,
    Jim Patrick
  4. Wendy Active Member

    Looks nice! Good job on the NMM. I'd also like to know the colors you used for them. :)

  5. Major_Goose Well-Known Member

    Yes thats looking Pretty good !!!!! I likeit a lot !!!!! nice colors ,baseand total look !!!! I ammore and more dragged in fantasy stuf. already 4 on the list topaint !!!!
  6. Kisifer Well-Known Member

    That's really beautiful mini Rob. Live colors and rich groundwork. Way to go mate.

  7. nagashino New Member

    Hello Rob

    That is exquisite. The non-metallic effect has worked a treat. Way to go on that methinks.

    I have a couple of Rackhams on the bench at the moment and this has given me the spur to get them finished. If they come out half as good as this I'll be well pleased

    Good stuff!

  8. MAB Well-Known Member

    Hi Rob indeed compliments a beautiful painting job
    they are a lot fascinated from fantastic world in 35mm.

    Beautiful Job

    ;) MAB
  9. Blind Pew A Fixture

    Top stuff mate, especially considering the tiny scale....
    look forward to seeing more ;)
  10. yeo_64 Well-Known Member

    AWESOME,Rob,JUST AWESOME !!!!! Looking forward to more from you. Cheers !
  11. Roy New Member

    Looks great Rob...I've never tried the NMM technique..but it looks like you made a great job of the effect, I bet it's not that easy. I love the softness of the hair too..very very nice. If you manage to get to welling, maybe you could bring this little gem, I'd love to see it up close and appreciate it's true size.

    All the best...Roy.
  12. arthur Member

    Great painting in such small scale.
    Great shading :)

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