So, I finally have got around to putting a blog together. On here you will find a mix of painting, sculpting and a bit of my other hobby - photography. Most of my painting is done for Perry miniatures, either for their website or their personal armies. The sculpting is usually for myself, but I do occationally have some time for freelance work.
Updated often, so check back soon!

Friday, 25 May 2012

Plastic Mounted Men at Arms


I painted these a couple of weeks ago, but I have only just got around to photographing them! I tried to paint a little variety in the armour, with some of the armour unpolished (black) and others highly polished (which would have been incredibly expensive!). I also tried out some new methods for painting horses that I have been working on, I am quite pleased with how these turned out.
The last photo is a unit of light cavalry made by just using the liveried men at arms in the box with various open faced helmets from the infantry sets.







6 comments:

  1. I really like those- horse colours are excellent!

    Simon

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  2. Very nicely done! Ive never painted any WOTR because the amount of 'silver armor' has always scared me off. However, it looks like you have done a great job with these!

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  3. They look awesome. Great job!
    /Mattias
    http://northern-wargaming.blogspot.se/

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  4. Very impressive Stephen - I've also used the new GW metals. However I just can't get on with the 'drybrush'/highlight one - I don't like the elasticity of the paint, so have gone back to Vallejo silver for final highlights.
    Will have a go at the duller armour tones, plus want to try a blue'd version too.
    Simon.

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  5. Lovely paint work !!!

    best regards Michael

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