Wednesday, 22 January 2014

XLVIII. An Old Fence and A New Goatman

I slapped some paint on that fence gate I made earlier. Here I tried out Agrellan Earth, to get somehing like old, cracked paint.   

Then I thought it would be a good idea to make some fence pieces to go with the door. It was pretty tedious business, but listening to audiobooks while working made it bearable. I alway like to listen to somehing while I paint and such, I think this time I went through Arthur Machen's The White People, and The Great God Pan, and possibly something else.



 Now I have ten fence segments of this kind in total, including the one with the gate in it. 


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Another cattle-headed revenant joins the ranks. This one has Tzeentch Horror arms on the standard Plaguebearer body.



 Here's the whole group:


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11 comments:

  1. It's a testament to your skill that you can make even something as utterly pedestrian as a freaking fence look absolutely amazing ;)

    Oh, and I can't help thinking about how awesome an entire Beastmen army made up of those conversions of yours would be...just sayin' ;)

    Keep up the awesome work!

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    1. Thank you krautscientist! : )

      Yeah, a whole Pestigor-themed army of these beasites would be really, really cool. But alas, there is a fine number of reasons why it will never be done. Well, at least not by me.

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  2. Loving those Revenants Ana.
    Dark horror at its best. Always a pleasure looking at your minis.

    Eve

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  3. Very much like how gangly the new fellow's arms are. A very good choice.

    The fences are likewise very nice. Impressive how your brain didn't ooze out of your ears trying to get through them all.....

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    1. Thanks Dai!

      Well, somehow I survived. ; )
      Like I said, it helps a lot to preoccupy my brain with a book or some music while the body handles the dull repetitive work.

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  4. Just amazing work! I'm always inspired to try new stuff after each visit to your garden

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  5. Hi, I just wanted to say I have just read through all of your blog and I find it amazing.

    If you dont mind it has given me the inspiration to start on a few new sculpts :-)

    Keep up the great work

    thanks
    George

    https://www.facebook.com/george.fairlamb

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    1. Hi George!

      I don't mind at all. Go right ahead, I'm very excited to see what you'll sculpt! : )

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  6. great work on all those fences, such a tedious job, but it was worth it in the end.

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