Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Orc and Goblin Rogue Idol Forge World

This was an undertaking and the 2nd largest single model I did. I wanted to make is feasible to use him in a standard orc and goblin army and different from any other idol out there. So if you notice the arms move....yeah they move lol. The base is also inside a 4x6 so he can be removed and stands on a single 50mmx75mm, yup he is going to be my giant. The mushrooms, endless shades of grey, and flock all match my standard orc and goblin units. I know its alot of grey but I sweat I did 4 base coats with black, then mudd, then sephia washes. Then 3 grey shades of highlighting. You can see it in the model but not in the photos, hopefully this guy comes out with my night goblin army next year!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Battle Board 2013

This is one of the last photos of the board which is 90% complete at this point. Lava effects are on the 2nd layer and the hills come off. There are three positions with the hills facing each other, in the middle for king of the hill, and then each building can be put in opposite corners. Two of the views are shared along with the castle corner with lava mote and the central lava pit!

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Sword of Shannara

My next Commission project is to make a full size 25mm replica of this D&D image from a text Sword of Shannara. The Sword of Shannara is a 1977 epic fantasy novel by Terry Brooks. The first book of the Original Shannara Trilogy, it was followed by The Elfstones of Shannara and The Wishsong of Shannara. Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and historical adventure fiction, Brooks began writing The Sword of Shannara in 1967. It took him seven years to complete, as he was writing the novel while attending law school. After being accepted for publication by Ballantine Books, it was used to launch the company's new subsidiary, Del Rey Books. Upon its release, The Sword of Shannara was a major success and the first fantasy paperback to appear on the New York Times bestseller list. Its success provided a major boost to the commercial expansion of the fantasy genre.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Chaos Dwarf: Standard Bearer

Like the title says its a standard bearer I converted up from a banner, plasticard pole, old bull centaur, some 20mm tight conversion work, and a chaos shield! Then Got some profile pics of him in new horde movement trays and the Hobos in their horde movement tray. The Infernal guard are now 30+ models and Hobos are 40+ and I think I can get the Hobos up to 50. Enjoy!