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Monday, December 12, 2005

Speed Paint Section

Dark Catacombs. One of the speedpaints I did for a friend.

The Necromancer. One of the two speedpaints I did for a friend.

Winter in the City. It was based of a reference pic.

Zamboanga fishermen at 1:00 a.m. in the morning. This was from an R&R trip.

Quick Sketch of a face. No references.

Finished Works

A portrait of Julie Delphy. Based on a reference pic.
Digital Media (Painter)

A lake Scene (from a book excercise)
Water Color on Water Color paper. (10.7" x 7.2"/340 gsm)

An Autumn Scene based of a reference pic
Water Color on Water Color paper

Another Exercise From a Book
Digital Media

Here's a face I did. No reference pic
Digital Media

Quickie Update

There he is. It's about 95% done. I just need to do his chapter symbol on the left shoulder pad and some more highlights here and there. The thing with metallics is that it looks gritty no matter how clean you paint them. Perfect for the drab and dreary world of 40k though.

I'm not so satisfied with the free hand. I should have used a fine detail brush but opted to settle with the triple 0. Metallics tend to ruin brushes faster than normal paint and I'm not dipping my 200 Php brush in those things. :P

Above: I thought I'd show the cape with the gold linings. I did that in metallics. I think It looks quite nice... just not up close. :D

Below: More shots on the free hand. I worked Captain Sicarius' insignia into the left shoulder pad. I should have chosen a yellow that leans more toward orange. I may redo that part in the future.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Doon Sa Likod nang Ilaw, Paspasan ang Galaw.

Here's a few of what I've been working on. I've definitely set aside my knightly procession in favor of cracking up on my 40k backlog. Most of these are my playing pieces though. I usually don't go fancy over them. Someday when all my playing pieces are fully painted (and there's boxes of them mind you. :P) I'll be able to paint worthy display figs. For now you guys will just have to settle for these...

Exhibit A. The beginings of what will be Captain Sicarius of the 2nd Company. This is actually the first time I tried painting major shades into any of my Ultramarine figs. Since these are my playing pieces I don't really go to town with the painting. Until recently that is... I figured what the heck... Perhaps the characters should get some special attention. Yep... even if all he is armed during my games is a trusty bolt pistol and a close combat weapon. xP

The lower part of the body used to belong to my librarian which is now mounted on a bike. The head I took from a berzerker trooper and sculpted on the headress... a tribute to my current favorite game, "Rome Total War". He has a cape that I have yet to paint as is some of the other details present here. The original plan was to give him a tower shield to make the Centurion look more authentic but after sculpting on a few details it seems like the shield would cover most of the details I did... that idea is on hold for now. :D

Exhibit B. Here's my 2nd Assault Squad(and there's a 3rd on the way. ;) it's nice when you can drive the point of the lesson up close and personal. :P. I've always liked jump troops. From Mechwarrior elementals to Warhammer Assault Squads. I can almost see them jumping up and down the battle field and doing what they do best. Pester your opponent. >:D

These are mostly straight from the box. I just sculpted the tabard with greenstuff. I used an old terminator's storm shield as a combat shield. The hand flamers I made out of a cut up plasma pistol and some cadian flamers I traded from a local imperial guard player.

I've been working on a few others but I didn't bring them with me today. I'll put up a few images as I finish them. Those works include my new Tyranic War Veterans(surprisingly useful in battle), a revamped librarian on a bike, an attack bike and two speeders.

Monday, December 05, 2005

twiddle me this

after some time twiddling with the code of my template i finally found a way to post my email address both on the sidebar and the footer. check it out. you may email me your comments on the address indicated.

will post pics of my latest projects as soon as i get to take them.

Friday, December 02, 2005


apologies for the long absence. been working on some projects. i'll post when i get the time to take pics.

i've disabled the comments on this blog so as to keep it on it's purpose and that is to be a gallery of my works. i'll add my new email address to the side bar when it becomes available.