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Thought I would start a P&M Blog here since I spend a lot of time browsing here and have gotten much inspiration from all of the awesome stuff others have posted here.

To start, I will be posting up some miniatures that I am in the process of converting or outright sculpting. Some of these may have been seen by some of you on other forums, so I apologize if there is any duplication.

Here goes:


Picked up a few Bones miniatures from Reaper to see what I got myself into with their Kickstarter.

I am converting the Minotaur that I got. The pose was too hunched, his head was protruding from his chest, and the musculature needed work. Also, I wanted to add a bit more Greek flavor to him.

Here is where he is at right now:



I lengthened his torso at least a quarter inch. Then re-sculpted pretty much all of it. Then his head was put on top of his torso and the neck sculpted to add it into the torso. The sword blade was made from plasticard.

Everything white (exept the sword) is the original Bones miniature. Green parts are Kneadatite, grey parts are ProCreate. Lots left to do, but I am very happy with him so far.

Original figure for reference

I also picked up some Super Sculpey Firm top play with.

I started work on my Chronopia Redesign, beginning with the Blackbloods, one of my favorite races from the game.





Pretty happy with the material and the sculpt so far. This will be either an Orc or Ogre Swordsman leader. Not sure what scale I'm going with yet so I'm not sure which sub-race he will be.

Chainmaille needs work, but this is the first time I've tried it using this material and method, so I'm not too unhappy with it. I'm still pretty crappy at faces so it might be a while before he gets one. :-[

Sorry again about the sub-par pictures. I'm using my new phone and haven't worked out the tricks yet.

Slightly older stuff:


Truescale/Artscale Deathwatch Carcharadons Chaplain that I started for inmygravenimage's contest. Unable to finish for it, unfortunately. This guy looks way different now. I will update his pictures when I get a chance.



Truescale/Artscale Marine. Not sure what chapter yet. Probably a DA successor to go along with that Plasma gun.



Crossbones from his Thunderbolts days. I am looking to do the whole team as it is under Luke Cage currently. More WIPs along those lines as I get more done.

A couple extreme oldies (c. 2007) that I will be updating:


Relictors Scout that (along with his fellows) will be updated and made into a Wolf Scout for Bran Redmaw's Great Company



Dutch from my Predator Kill Team. He and the guys will be updated and remodeled a bit, since I don't give a rip about 40K rules anymore. Lol. Their loadouts will still be 40K weapons, but they will fit the movie better. I will be doing a Predator eventually as well.





Please take a look and let me know what you think. Comments, criticism, and questions welcome and appreciated.

Thanks for looking.

~Eric

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Wow, tough crowd... Lol.

Another WIP sculpt, Marvel's Hyperion:



Thanks for looking.

~Eric

   
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Hmmm... Extremely tough crowd.

First up, progress on my conversion of the Reaper Bones Minotaur:






Still a little to do on his weapon, and I am thinking of adding a cloth to his shield.


Next up is the WHFB Ogre conversion that I am working on:





Intended as an homage to Hrothyogg, the Ogre Captain. There have been a few people posting painting threads with this guy and I got a bit nostalgic. Since I no longer have mine, I thought I would convert him and update him a little more inline with the current Ogre style. And hopefully have him be recognizably based on the old Jes Goodwin Ogre from 1989.


Lastly for now, a character that I intend to use in an A Song of Ice and Fire version of Mordheim:



One of the Kingdom of Avalon starter set figures from Alchemy. I intend to use him as the leader of a band serving Ser Gregor Clegane. I am converting his weapon to be a large mace, but other than that I intend to use him untouched.

Still very early WIP. Basically the Yellow is the only thing that isn't just basecoat right now.


I appreciate any and all comments, questions and criticism.

Thank you all for looking.

~Eric

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Don't worry about the lack of comments, sometimes takes a bit for people to spot the thread I think.

I like your models, great stuff. I especially like Dutch, nice work on the jacket and the arm muscles, looks really good. He'd work well in a Necromunda gang too.

Looking forward to more Thunderbolts, Crossbones is good and Hyperion is coming on well although his costume may look a bit goofy outside of comics. I'd like to see Ghost, he would fit in well with Necromunda as well! Or the Punisher if you get bored of Thunderbolts.

I am not sold on the minotaur, I think the head looks a bit cartoony which is no fault of yours. It looks quite like a dairy cow as well, perhaps a mane, or more hair would help.

 
   
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Very nice work. have any tips for sculpting arms?

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 Bruticus wrote:
Don't worry about the lack of comments, sometimes takes a bit for people to spot the thread I think.

I like your models, great stuff. I especially like Dutch, nice work on the jacket and the arm muscles, looks really good. He'd work well in a Necromunda gang too.

Looking forward to more Thunderbolts, Crossbones is good and Hyperion is coming on well although his costume may look a bit goofy outside of comics. I'd like to see Ghost, he would fit in well with Necromunda as well! Or the Punisher if you get bored of Thunderbolts.

I am not sold on the minotaur, I think the head looks a bit cartoony which is no fault of yours. It looks quite like a dairy cow as well, perhaps a mane, or more hair would help.


Thank you for taking the time to comment.

Dutch and Co. will likely be used in Inquisimunda or some other non-GW ruleset. I might have trouble shoe-horning them into a straight Necromunda list. I'll give it a try though. I need to do some updates to their sculpting too. I have gotten a bit better since then and some parts of the figures can be done better I think.

Ghost is definitely a character that will be getting done eventually.

I am planning to add a nose ring to the Minotaur, but not a lot else. I need to call him done or I'll be modifying him forever, lol. Hopefully paint will help get rid of the dairy cow feeling.

 Galorn wrote:
Very nice work. have any tips for sculpting arms?

Thanks!

The only tips that I have that can apply to everyone are: Get reference, and lots of it. Practice, practice, practice.

Also, if you can find one, some sort of Anatomy course can do a great deal for your understanding of musculature and its function. I am a trained Massage Therapist and have taken hundreds of hours of Anatomy courses with a hands-on component which helped a tremendous amount with my sculpt anatomy.

Little updates:



Hyperion as he stands now. I added some length to his torso after getting a bit of good critique on him. I think he looks much better now. Still working at getting good hands and faces...

ASoIaF Henchman:



Bit of a glare from the washes, but he is shaping up nicely.

Thanks again for the comments gents! And thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric

   
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Wow nice sculpting dude! My favourite is also Dutch, love that jacket =)

Your sculpting from scratch is pretty darn high quality, if you keep this up people will notice!

 
   
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 Two Spartan wrote:
Wow nice sculpting dude! My favourite is also Dutch, love that jacket =)

Your sculpting from scratch is pretty darn high quality, if you keep this up people will notice!


Thank you! I hope someone does notice, eventually.

Updates on Hrothyogg:




And with the sword in place:


I'm itching to get him finished and put some paint on him.

As always, comments and critique appreciated.

Thanks for looking.

~Eric

   
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My favorite is Ser Gregor, but I do love the sculpting on the shield. Keep up the great work!

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 TheGunslinger wrote:
My favorite is Ser Gregor, but I do love the sculpting on the shield. Keep up the great work!


Thanks. Sorry for not replying sooner, I missed your reply.

It has been awhile. When your own thread is on the 2nd page of your subscriptions page, you might not be doing much hobbying!

So, to that end, I have a new update (and more Hobby ADD to display...)

I was not real excited to see the sculpts of the Mantic Werewolf from their Kickstarter. It was done well enough, but the posing put me off and some of the details were a bit wonky in my opinion.

So, I decided to see what I could do with the idea.

Here is about 5 hours work on the figure so far:






Pretty happy with the pose so far. I think it has the right kind of movement to it. Still lots to do: more smoothing of the anatomy, adding the head, adding fur, finishing off the hands and feet.

Would love to hear some thoughts on the progress so far.

Thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric

   
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Ooh, a werewolf, I'm seriously looking forward to seeing what you do with this, i'm yet to find a werewolf figure that i like, so much so that i considered doing my own - just don't have the sculpting skills yet...

Overall, a really nice and diverse mix of minis that you're working on here, and your sculpting skills are excellent, the Ogre is real old skool which gets the from me

Quick question though, what is the Hyperion sculpted from?

   
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That werewolf already looks better than almost every werewolf mini I've seen. (My new D&D character is a werwolf so I have been browsing the internet for days to find a miniature) I can say, with some authority that yours has one of the most dynamic poses, if not the most dynamic, and is already shaping up to be a great sculpt despite the headlessness.

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 Ruglud wrote:
Ooh, a werewolf, I'm seriously looking forward to seeing what you do with this, i'm yet to find a werewolf figure that i like, so much so that i considered doing my own - just don't have the sculpting skills yet...

Overall, a really nice and diverse mix of minis that you're working on here, and your sculpting skills are excellent, the Ogre is real old skool which gets the from me

Quick question though, what is the Hyperion sculpted from?


Thanks! Glad you like him so far. I'm pretty much in the same boat as you with respect to Werewolves. It is my favorite monster, and I'm still searching for one I like in miniature form. A lot of Rackham's Wolfen tick many of the right boxes for me but they all have clothing/armor and weapons, which I don't want.

Hyperion is sculpted mostly from Uro polymer clay (orange stuff), with ProCreate (grey) and Aves Fixit Sculpt (white). I really like the Uro, but I have to order it from Europe, so I will most likely switch to Super Sculpey (which is what the werewolf is sculpted from) since I can run to Michaels and buy more if need be.

smeezilla wrote:
That werewolf already looks better than almost every werewolf mini I've seen. (My new D&D character is a werwolf so I have been browsing the internet for days to find a miniature) I can say, with some authority that yours has one of the most dynamic poses, if not the most dynamic, and is already shaping up to be a great sculpt despite the headlessness.


Thanks! There are some good Werewolves out there depending on exactly what you are looking for.

I am really pleased you like the pose of mine. It is one thing that I have to work on, and I'm really satisfied with the pose that I have captured for this figure. Heads (of any kind) are still a weak point for me too, so I hope I can do a decent job on this one.

Thanks again everyone for looking!

~Eric

   
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Really awesome sculpting work! Keep it up

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 TheChaoticJournalist wrote:
Really awesome sculpting work! Keep it up


Thanks! And thanks for dropping a comment, I appreciate it.

~Eric

   
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Updates and new WIPs:

Ogre:




These next few will be for =I=munda/Inq28 or most likely In the Emperor's Name warbands. I was reading back through all of the awesome Inq28 blogs that I have subscribed, and was inspired to start these figures.

Death Guard:




Lots left to do. He is supposed to look like he is wearing corrupted Mk.IV Power Armor.

Nurgle Sorceror:



This guy will more than likely be used for Mordheim instead. Still not sure though.

Soldier:





Will be a member of an Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor's warband. A few touch ups left to do on him, but he is 99% finished.

As always, comments and criticism appreciated. Thanks for looking.

~Eric

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The Ogre from WFB is my fav so far and is turning out very ver well Has a pretty Ottoman Empire/ Mongul look to him which is great. I agree with Bruticus that the Minotaur would benefit from a better mane and more facial fur. More scarring on its body would look good too. Keep up the good work it's pretty nice stuff

 
   
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Hey! I love your stuff, it's got this character about it, I don't quite no how to articulate it, but your miniature all scream 'Taarnak' at me.

So I absolutely adore your Death guard. He really looks great, as he is bursting out of his armour. I think one of my favorite parts of the miniature is the fact that his breastplate is literally bent upwards by his enormous bulk.

The second guy is a cool one, no mistake, but he doesn't really scream 40k at me. It might just be me of course who has a problem with him, but I can see him fitting in a Mordheim setting much more than 40k.

Last guy is absolutely fantastic! What is the base miniature? He reminds me of an infinity figure I think... One issue I have with him is the placement of his bolter. He doesn't seem to be resting his bolter on his shoulder, hence the whole 'hefting the weight' stance doesn't seem to work. It looks kinda more like he's trying to do some weight lifting exercise with it or something. An added gun stock to bridge the gap would do wonders to the composition. I LOVE the bionic arm. I can never really cope with doing such intricate detailing, it looks fantastic.

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rustbucket wrote:The Ogre from WFB is my fav so far and is turning out very ver well Has a pretty Ottoman Empire/ Mongul look to him which is great. I agree with Bruticus that the Minotaur would benefit from a better mane and more facial fur. More scarring on its body would look good too. Keep up the good work it's pretty nice stuff


Thanks! The Minotaur is having his hair reworked a bit based on the suggestions here. He will have a mohawk and maybe some facial hair as well, not sure about that though. I may add some more scarring too. He would have seen lots of action, I think.

ghosty wrote:Hey! I love your stuff, it's got this character about it, I don't quite no how to articulate it, but your miniature all scream 'Taarnak' at me.


Wow! Thanks for that. That is a great compliment to me.

ghosty wrote:
So I absolutely adore your Death guard. He really looks great, as he is bursting out of his armour. I think one of my favorite parts of the miniature is the fact that his breastplate is literally bent upwards by his enormous bulk.


I am working hard to make it look like stressed and fractured metal and not just the blobby Nurgle stuff that you usually see. I also plan to paint him in Pre-Heresy coloring. Dirty, rusted, stained, and tainted of course, but not the straight green that I see most of the time.

Looking at him on my screen I see that his plasma arm needs adjusting. I'll need to cut it off and shorten it a bit. Essentially, the elbow is too low.

ghosty wrote:
The second guy is a cool one, no mistake, but he doesn't really scream 40k at me. It might just be me of course who has a problem with him, but I can see him fitting in a Mordheim setting much more than 40k.


Yeah, he is feeling much more fantasy to me. I think I definitely will go Mordheim with him. I'm going to add a spike coming out of his head, a hood, and some more Nurgle-y detail like damage and pustules.

ghosty wrote:
Last guy is absolutely fantastic! What is the base miniature? He reminds me of an infinity figure I think... One issue I have with him is the placement of his bolter. He doesn't seem to be resting his bolter on his shoulder, hence the whole 'hefting the weight' stance doesn't seem to work. It looks kinda more like he's trying to do some weight lifting exercise with it or something. An added gun stock to bridge the gap would do wonders to the composition. I LOVE the bionic arm. I can never really cope with doing such intricate detailing, it looks fantastic.


The miniature is Mercenary Marine from Tale of War. I picked him up in the FRP End of the World sale for about $3 US. He immediately screamed Inq28 to me.

The figure is a little taller and bulkier than GW figures, so I wanted him to look like he was effortlessly holding the bolter. I envision him as a gene-bulked ganger turned guardsman turned gun for hire. I was thinking of painting some Goliath symbols on him as tattoos, not sure on that yet. The figure actually had a stock on it that I could have used (which would have saved a bunch of work), but I wanted to play up his physical power. I hope that makes sense.

As for the bionic arm; it is a tiny bit too long, but I got tired of clipping and filing, and having one of the pieces fall off and then need to be re-glued. Then test fitting, and repeating. It is a bit tiresome. End result is worth it though I think.


Thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric

   
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Here is a shot of the Death Guard with all of his parts blu-tacked on next to a Cadian for scale:



And because some folks requested it here is a back shot of the Soldier:


This one is a total pain to photo with my phone. I'll try to get shots tomorrow after he is primed.

Thanks again everyone for looking.

~Eric

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Here is a requested size comparison for the Soldier figure:


He is a big boy, but not too much taller than the Cadian if it were more upright in its stance.

PredatorKroot that I have been working on:



Without the extra equipment blu-tacked to him. I'm trying to make his armor look Tau influenced, but not necessarily directly Tau manufactured.

With some extra gear:


Still very early stages and changes will probably occur. I'm considering putting a modified Fire Warrior shoulder pad on his right arm. Might be too much though. He will be getting a lot more sculpted armor, and the helmet will be modified to have the quills coming out of the back of it at least. I'm also contemplating doing an un-helmeted head for him.

He will be part of a Radical Ordo Xenos warband that I am working up ideas for and he will be the adversary for my Predator inspired Guard Kill Team, which will be getting extensively reworked in the coming days.

What do you think? As always, comments, questions, and criticism welcome.

Thanks for looking.

~Eric

   
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Really impressive stuff, keep it coming!

   
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Wow, Top shelve. Strange that there aren't like a million comments by now.

I like the soldier. What is the base model? Could you send a link please?

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Death Guard is looking stunning at this early stage, excellent GS work going on. Soldier is also a really nice conversion. As for Hrothyoggthe Ogre, I love him, although without his giant blade he could be singing "I'm a little teapot..."
Looking forward to updates...

   
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Scrazza wrote:
I like the soldier. What is the base model? Could you send a link please?


Taarnak wrote:
The miniature is Mercenary Marine from Tale of War.



I was wondering the exact same thing as I got to your comment and scrolled back through to find out.

As far as minis, I absolutely love the soldier character! I don't think I've seen anyone use that particular mini before, and while I agree he is a bit tall next to the guardsman, that might not be too bad of a thing as it sets him apart from the NPC's and such. Just my 2 cents though.

Hopefully I'll work up the courage to post some of my own Inq28 stuff someday. Looking forward to seeing more of your own on here!

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Squidbot wrote:Really impressive stuff, keep it coming!

Thanks!

Scrazza wrote:Wow, Top shelve. Strange that there aren't like a million comments by now.

I like the soldier. What is the base model? Could you send a link please?


Thank you!

See below for the link to the soldier mini.

I never seem to get many comments on any of my projects. I assume its partially because I don't get as much time to reply to others' threads here and partially because my projects usually fall outside the common theme of the board (ie I have more non-GW stuff). I don't know though. I do appreciate your comments though.

Ruglud wrote:Death Guard is looking stunning at this early stage, excellent GS work going on. Soldier is also a really nice conversion. As for Hrothyoggthe Ogre, I love him, although without his giant blade he could be singing "I'm a little teapot..."
Looking forward to updates...


Thanks! I'm never going to be able to look at Hrothyogg again without hearing that song... Lol.

xeno99 wrote:

Taarnak wrote:
The miniature is Mercenary Marine from Tale of War.


I was wondering the exact same thing as I got to your comment and scrolled back through to find out.

As far as minis, I absolutely love the soldier character! I don't think I've seen anyone use that particular mini before, and while I agree he is a bit tall next to the guardsman, that might not be too bad of a thing as it sets him apart from the NPC's and such. Just my 2 cents though.

Hopefully I'll work up the courage to post some of my own Inq28 stuff someday. Looking forward to seeing more of your own on here!


Thanks for the assist. And thanks for the nice comments!

Please do post a thread for your Inq28 minis! The more the merrier!

Updates on various figures:
Kroot:


He is meant to look like he is wheeling to confront something. I think it comes across much better when the other arm and head are on. I've also added a bit of height to him.

Soldier PIP:



He most likely will get stripped and started over. I tried to do the Zenithal primering method on him and some of the white coat was a bit grainy. You can see it in the leather areas but not so much the others, so I am going to finish those areas a bit more and see if I can disguise it. If not, into the stripper he goes...

Minotaur:



I decided to go with the more hair advice that I got. Nice big mohawk! The three pony-tail-things will be braids when I am finished. I also smoother out the transitions between his muscles a bit and added his tail back.

Werewolf:


Thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric

   
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Updates:

Arbite:


She still needs a real face and some work on her helmet plus a coat added. Then a few trinkets added and she will be done.

Death Cult Assassin:


Very early WIP. That head is just there for reference. Lots left to do on this one.

Gunslinger:


Again, lots left to do. Will have 2 Autopistols and flak type armor on his torso when finished. His face is a copy of one of the Sanguinary Guard masks modified and he will have a hood on eventually.

Templar:


Inspired by the Templars Calix in the Dark Heresy Inquisitor's Handbook. He will eventually also be masked and hooded. I am trying to visually divide him in half with his armored/unarmored side. I will also probably do a split color scheme as well. I think his "modern" half might be looking a little too much like an Arbite. Not sure if that is good or bad yet though...

Still working on all the other figures. I tend to go in cycles. waiting for the "Aha!" moment when I get stumped (as with the Kroot).

As always, comments and crits welcome.

Thanks all for looking.

~Eric



   
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Bruticus wrote:Don't worry about the lack of comments, sometimes takes a bit for people to spot the thread I think.


QFT - as soon as people see what your capable of you'll get loads of comments

Taarnak wrote:

Little updates:



Hyperion as he stands now. I added some length to his torso after getting a bit of good critique on him. I think he looks much better now. Still working at getting good hands and faces...

ASoIaF Henchman:



Bit of a glare from the washes, but he is shaping up nicely.

Thanks again for the comments gents! And thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric


Your sculpting skills are ridiculous. How are you that good? honestly......
   
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 Rothstein wrote:
Bruticus wrote:Don't worry about the lack of comments, sometimes takes a bit for people to spot the thread I think.


QFT - as soon as people see what your capable of you'll get loads of comments

Taarnak wrote:

Little updates:



Hyperion as he stands now. I added some length to his torso after getting a bit of good critique on him. I think he looks much better now. Still working at getting good hands and faces...

ASoIaF Henchman:



Bit of a glare from the washes, but he is shaping up nicely.

Thanks again for the comments gents! And thanks everyone for looking.

~Eric


Your sculpting skills are ridiculous. How are you that good? honestly......


Thanks Rothstein. I appreciate it.

To be clear, I didn't sculpt the second guy you quoted above. I'm just painting him. That is an Alchemy figure.

Thanks again everyone for looking.

~Eric

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I lvoe your Arbite, very nicely done, and the Death cult Assassin is progressing nicely too. As for the Minotaur, there more work going into his mohawk and hair I presume, but i love his giant sword!

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