lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2020


 Another scene based on Kingdom Death!.

This is a very thin model, very fragile and hard to build, as usual in this brand, but also, incredibly detailed and beautiful.

It was a real challenge to complete. Hope you like it

miércoles, 16 de diciembre de 2020

Infinity Beta trooper

 Hi all.

This model was painted to fit as a Dakini one to replace them in the old Aleph army. Dakini are great models but are too fragile to play safety with them (and to ship to the other side of the world, to Australia).

We decided to use this model as is thicker and stronger. Also, we used some parts of a broken Dakini in the base. Finally, it looks very close to the original one and does its job perfectly on the army.

miércoles, 9 de diciembre de 2020

Paolo Pârente's Guest Box

 Recently I was requested to make a diorama with this Box from Mythic Battles (Pantheon). I must say the aesthetic is really good, but the casting is done in a bad playing plastic, soft, like rubber and not very detailed. Also, Aphrodite and Circe are at a different scale, so I need to think some way to make it work.

Finally, I placed a terrain at different heights were Aphrodite can be shown as a god (so bigger than humans) in higher terrain. The perspective does everything else and suddenly it works better than expected.

The terrain is very easy but effective greek ruins based, and Circe's pigs add some colour value to the scene.

martes, 1 de diciembre de 2020

Wild Bill


If Wild Bill is in the mix, you know there's a wager going on. The higher the risk, the sweeter his inevitable reward. A bona fide card shark and unerring gunslinger, this mysterious, anachronistic gentleman fixated on the march of time is this season's leading contender to the title of Bahadur. If you want to win big, go ahead and bet against him, but be aware: so far he hasn't lost a gamble.

lunes, 23 de noviembre de 2020

Valkirie from Nocturna Models

 Hi guys.

I started this bust in a workshop during 2018 and, as usual, it went from the workshop to the wips showcase due to commissions deadlines. Until now, I just wanted to do something fresh and big in this year where I almost painted nothing bigger than 30mm.

The products from Nocturna are always a pleasure to work on because they take care of every detail and finish. I loved to paint this bust, and also, I wanted to do a very small terrain just to hide the cut on the legs so we can move from "just a bust" to "a small scene with background" just adding some dirty water from a river or swamp and a bit of vegetation. Just with that, we can imagine a soldier during an incursion with stealth, walking silent to the enemy's camp base.

Now that work is finished and fun is over. The bust is for sale, so if you are interested, please contact me.