Monday, November 9, 2009

Tabletop Geeks Interview

Svenn of the blog recently asked me for an interview about Mordheim, Border Town Burning and some other stuff. So if you are interested in what's currently going on in my world of wargaming, some rough future plans and other informational hotchpotch, head over to their site and read the interview.

By the way, the site is well worth a bookmark for any Mordheim player, especially their downloads section. :)

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

My first Sculpt: Bounty Hunter

I recently took a break from doing scenery for Gierburg and tried something else instead: sculpting! I find sculpting extremely relaxing and a welcome change from building and painting scenery. It is great to see a figure come together before you.

This is my first properly sculpted miniature. I know I have so much to learn, but it is incredible fun - and that's what it is about, isn't it? :) For my first sculpting project I chose to do a hooded bounty hunter type of guy with a French greatcoat (inspired by Martin Baker's Bounty Hunter).

Now without further ado: Ty Cain, Gierburg Head Hunter.

Sculpted with ProCreate (hence the grey green).

I have to admit I cheated on the head and the hand crossbow: They are taken from Hasslefree Miniatures' bits section.

Work on the next mini has already begun and I hope to post some pictures soon. It is time I update the sculpting section of the site. More pics will be up there soonish.

Now I really can't wait to see this guy beautifully painted by Tom. :)

PS: The base is - like all Gierburg minis - from Fenris Games.
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