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Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Mar 24, 2016 12:29 am

In early March, Pepe on his blog Fantasy w miniaturze announced on the #19 edition of Miniatures Blog Carnival, or in my case - the marker a treasure.

In contrast to the first set, which you can see HERE, the second I decided to do with ready-made elements, a set Cursed Fantasy Treasure Terrains from Ristuls Extraordinary Market.

Below is a picture version of the WIP, finished the gold and jewels. While of gold'm glad it with precious stones have not - I have not got time for further amendments and jewels will be as shown in the pictures.

If you have already raised the issue of images, then you must forgive me, but I have now access to the shadowless light tent and photographs are what they are. I finally finish the move and transfer workshop, unfortunately, still missing out on time.

I'm sorry for the little stylish box on the fruits, which at the present moment serves as a stand for the marker a treasure, which is to facilitate the painting stuffed toothpick.

Keep your fingers crossed that I was able to save even one evening and finish the painting in time!

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sun Mar 27, 2016 12:16 am

Within the #19 edition of Miniatures Blog Carnival painted the markers of treasures from Ristuls Extraordinary Market, which is set on the pages of the blog I have reviewed some time ago

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Postby quidamcorvus » Tue Apr 19, 2016 9:54 pm

As you probably noticed is slowly approaching the end of the month, so it's time to get on with the April edition of the Miniatures Blog Carnival.

If someone of you, dear readers, yet knew had it hosted the #20 edition of MBC is Czaki from Codename: Wargaming, and as the theme is magic, I decided not to think too much and imagining that the situation will paint visible in the photo below.

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The main character is Leisynn, Mercenaries Mage, which I set among the utensils from the set of Wizard and Apprentice whole was produced by Reaper Miniatures.

I would like to try out some new techniques here, which has so far not used during painting but as usual, it all depends on the amount of free time that I can save painting.

So keep your fingers crossed!

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In the #20 edition of Miniatures Blog Carnival I paint model Leisynn, Mercenaries Mage from Reaper Miniatures, I reviewed miniatures on my blog some time ago.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed May 04, 2016 10:03 pm

In May, I was able to start much earlier work on models that will paint within the #21 edition of the Miniatures Blog Carnival.

If someone of you, dear readers, do not know it hosted the #21 edition of MBC is the Yellow Fortress undead. The theme of the May edition is oldscholl hesitate and which model you choose. At the end of the two figures to Mordheim - Freelancer or Warlock - I chose the cavalry.

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As you have seen in the set missing some original parts - blades and sword for the cavalry - these parts are replaced the elements of the the other sets of GW.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sat May 14, 2016 7:57 pm

In the #21 edition of Miniatures Blog Carnival I paint model Freelancer from Games Workshop.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Tue May 24, 2016 7:14 pm

Although moving to a new apartment took place in January, it is just now prepared a workshop enough to re-start work on a models.

Moving was not without losses. Victims were among other Fountain of the Dead Water and Monument of Magnus the Pious. Fortunately, the damage was minor and quickly managed to fix them.

If you want to see more photos Fountain of the Dead Water and Monument of Magnus the Pious is click on the links.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sun May 29, 2016 9:13 am

You may remember that in the past 2015 years I painted models Roadwardens from Averland, whose pictures you can see, among other things on fanpage Warheim FS.

In preparation for building a diorama imagining that Averlandrs will fight with the Greenskins. Orc models I made mostly of bits from SpellCrow what I wrote HERE, and last week I started painting miniatures.

If you like the way I painted the skin of the Orcs let me know, I'll write a tutorial.

Below you can see the image of the Orcs, which I painted the skin, teeth and tiny red eyes.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Fri Jun 03, 2016 11:47 pm

Preparations for the June tournament Warheim FS are in full swing and not much time left to paint. After all, I managed to find time to paint rust on weapons Greenskins who stand for diorama Roadwardens from Averland, whose pictures you can see, among other things on fanpage Warheim FS.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:27 am

Today I have for you photos of two of the six Orcs, who will appear on the diorama Roadwardens from Averland to Warheim FS.

Part of which I made models of Orcs, a few exceptions, these are products SpellCrow. More on building models Orcs you will find on the blog Danse Macabre

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Postby quidamcorvus » Tue Jun 14, 2016 9:20 pm

Another two Orcs.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Tue Jun 21, 2016 8:48 pm

Witch hunters is one of my favorite companies to Warheim FS. Although Sigmarines can not hire ogre, have limited access to magical items, a few of them and for all pay more, they also have several big advantages.

The first is the two priests, who with luck during the campaign may have access to the prayer allowing the reroll armor save and ward save.

The second is access to the dueling pistols and armor.

And third is cheap dogs...

But today I do not want to write about it. You may remember that the witch hunters are one of my first company, and certainly the most commonly transported. Over the years, models damaged, and the paint at several sites wiped out. Therefore, I decided to freshen up a miniatures and repair the damage.

And here again, the witch hunters can enjoy a well-deserved glory!

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:02 pm

Last two Orcs.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Jul 13, 2016 12:17 am

After three years of absence I come back to the Sisters of Sigmar for Warheim FS. After the last update a rulebook warband Daughters of Heldenhammer can serve three Knight of the Order.

Templar models can also be used during the game Witch Hunters.

To make the models I use mostly bits production GW and a few seal of from Anvil Industry.

On the occasion of taking pictures noticed a few parting line, which will remove before painting.

Today I have for you the first photo of Knight of the Order.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Sun Jul 17, 2016 3:11 pm

Today I have for you the photo of second Knight of the Order.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Tue Aug 23, 2016 10:06 pm

Painting the Knights of the Order doing extremely slowly, but with much more pleasure recently painted model Krell, Lord of Undeath and presented below set Crystalic Rocks Basing Kit from HQResin, which moreover have reviewed recently.

Resin castings from HQResin placed on round bases and valorisation of extras Ristuls Extraordinary Market, mushrooms from a set Mushroom Basing Kit and bugs from a set Bugs Basing Kit.

I was a little afraid to paint crystals that during work on the set Cursed Treasure Fantasy Terrains from Ristuls Extraordinary Market came to me to put it mildly average. Fortunately Games Workshop made available for sale some time ago, the technical paint dedicated to the painting of crystals: Stormhost Silver and Soulstone Blue and Spritstone Red and Waystone Green. The effects of the use of paints can see and evaluate the pictures below. For me it is a convenient solution that permanently will go to my workshop.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Fri Aug 26, 2016 11:44 pm

Although unhurriedly, work on the construction of Oldenlitz slowly moving forward.

I was able to finish the cobbled square, which will be under Fountain of the Dead Water.

Cobblestone carved in gypsum poured on the base of plexiglass. For the purposes of pictures I colored gypsum a black marker.

The next step to paint and finish cobbles the way I did it with a bazaar in Oldenlitz.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:03 pm

Small preview of a finite Fountain of the Dead Water:

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:50 pm

As part of the #25 edition Miniature Blog Carnival I painted the model Great Teogonist known as the Volkmar the Grim from Games Workshop. In Warheim FS model in the future will be relegated to the role of Arc Lector and appears as a Dramatis Personae for companies Witch hunters and Sisters of Sigmar.

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Re: Gallery by qc (warning very picture heavy)

Postby Chris S » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:09 am

=D> =D>
I must learn to add that last extra highlight to make my
models stand out more.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:40 pm

I got tired lately painting miniatures, and the Knights of the Order can not wait to paint, because within the rest of the models I decided to build another building to Oldenlitz.

Ultimately, it will be a building belonging to a wealthy burgher, and maybe even a magician.

So far I do not have much to show from the walls of the basement, which will be built and available to play.

In addition, I promised myself that the building will not have more than two or three playable levels and try to keep that promise...

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Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Sep 22, 2016 10:17 pm

Work in progress...

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Postby quidamcorvus » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:09 pm

...another brick in the wall...

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Sep 28, 2016 1:46 pm

Parallel to the construction of models in my head I laid the story associated with the ruin. Eventually it will house a rich merchant, who was hiding in the attic of a secret. But more about that later.

Since the last update removed more pieces of the side walls so as to facilitate access to the interior. Also, the floor of the first floor I modeled so that the least interfere with the movements of the models. On the ground floor also added interior walls.

On the ground floor, in the two smaller rooms do still partially destroyed stairs leading to the top.

The first floor will be much more ruined, it will be even higher a fragment the attic and that's it...

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Re: Gallery by qc (warning very picture heavy)

Postby quidamcorvus » Thu Oct 06, 2016 8:55 am

For all those who remember the models that I built in 2012. I have important information are building is a ruin now greater will not be - although was tempted.

The images shown below the front of the building is an early WIP, is still many details that will occur in the future.

On the ground floor I built staircase leading to the second floor, and on the floor at the back of the building will build in the future, fireplace and chimney remains.

The attic and the platform will be able to climb the ladders and crates.

Furthermore, the individual levels are so much ruined that you can freely operate in these figures.

That's all for now.

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Postby quidamcorvus » Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:52 pm

I built a fireplace and a fragment of chimney , made tiles and railing on the balcony and I worked a little bit on the front of the building...

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Postby quidamcorvus » Fri Oct 14, 2016 4:41 pm

I did break the construction of the House Merchant and painted the set Astronomer's Workshop Basing Kit from HQResin .

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