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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Johan Fohlin, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Johan Fohlin Active Member

    Hello fellows!

    This is the "Colosso" from the Tale of War range. The scale is 32mm. I finished this piece using Vallejo Colors. It was a fun project and just enough wicked for my taste :)

    all the best,




    krom1415, Edorta, sarouman and 3 others like this.
  2. pmfs A Fixture

    Hi Johan and WELCOME!

    Nice mini. I painted one last year that pleased me - is a fantastic sculp.

  3. tonydawe A Fixture

    Very cool Johan
  4. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

    Hallå kompis!

    Kul att se att det inte bara är grävmaskiner som gäller. Kul figure, har den själv liggande hemma. Vad har du annars på gång?

    Janne Nilsson
  5. sarouman A Fixture

    Well Done my friend!

  6. Braemp Active Member

    Nice one, Johan. Especially like the "giraffe" pattern on the cyclop. You managed to produce Excellent detail in such small scale.

    Regards / Lars

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  7. megroot A Fixture

    Very good paintwork.

  8. macke Member

    Hi Johan!

    This one was an unexpected kit to come from your hands my my friend. But I must say that you have succed in painting this model especially the pattern on the guy's trousers looks spectacular.

    Great work!
    Fan vad kul att se dig glida över till figursidan av hobbyn mer och mer och bra blir det också dessutom.

    Markus Eriksson
  9. Johan Fohlin Active Member

    Thanks a lot for the compliments guys!

    As you mentioned Lars, I also think the giraffe-pattern added a little extra to the cyclop. Perhaps it make it look like it originates from some kind of brute and vicious prehistoric animal? However, with that said, I also think the earring and nose ring also give it an appearance of an humanoid side as well. An interesting mix of two very different characteristics I guess.

    You are absolutely right Macke. I guess this one was quite unexpected coming from me. But nowadays I get much joy painting both historical and fantasy figures.

    Janne, I don´t really know what project I will continue working on now that I have finished this one. Like most of us, I got way to many to choose from... and yes, operating big excavators is almost as fun as painting figures! :happy:

    Once more, thanks to all of you!


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