Do It Yourself / Work In Progress projects.
One scale : 1/72.
Converting, painting, making terrain of my own world in 20mm.

mercredi 22 mai 2013

Ding-dong !

A gift to myself, i love them...
Again, a great service from Modelhobbies !

how to expand a collection and the huge amount of work with it...
a sort of sado-masochism feeling but... No, it's just pleasure.

I've got some time to take care of the blog so i can post, I know that I left it some weeks ago due to the "huge amount of work" (in real life, this time...).
I wish that I can organize me to do all the stuff easily...

Organisation, I worship you ! Let me in your sweet divine grace !



lundi 20 mai 2013

Barricade - Bring the life in the street

Very fast project.
The hard part is the cast of the different elements of rubbles (boxes, tires, sandbags...)
It was fun to do and I plan to add some in the next weeks...

Thanks for looking, gents


dimanche 19 mai 2013

FOF / Ambush Alley Hot Spots - rubbles

Very simple painting, quickshade "et hop !"

Some scenery for ill-famed district.
Thanks for looking, gents and lady ;-)

• un petit coucou à Zuper_nissen, Nick Johnson and Tamsin, welcome on board !



vendredi 17 mai 2013

Barricade - primed

For the Revolution, anytime, anywhere...

Thanks for looking, gents.



dimanche 12 mai 2013

Sniper in ghillie suit - finished

"Target spotted, finger on the trigger, holding my breath. 
I'm speaking to the dead..."

Feels good to come back...

Thanks for looking
Any comments are welcome.


Sniper in ghillie suit - colors

Three bad photos to show the different steps...
using Vallejo's 871, 873, 912.
after :Sand color (paper bottle lost), soft grey and Quickshade strong tone.

Thanks for looking.


jeudi 9 mai 2013

AA / FOF hot spots markers - WIP

Some Ambush Alley and Force on Force Hot spots markers, inspired by the great others seen in blogs or forums.
Made with aluminium foils (corrugated metal making dies from Tom Fassett), spare parts, sprue parts, some great stuff by Goldfinger, a very nice guy.
I duplicate some of these with the magic japanese "Oyumaru" molding paste.

Like the other projects, next step : Painting !

Thanks for looking, gents.