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Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





Hi,

My name is Pawel, and I'm crazy about miniatures. I've been collecting them for the last 10 years! Somewhere in the middle, I decided to sculpt my own creatures. I liked it so much that I couldn't imagine doing anything else in my life. This love brought Rotten Factory. The place where I can use my passion for sculpting to make my visions real.




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Made in fr
[DCM]
Monstrously Massive Big Mutant





France

Sweet, nice to see you restarting a blog !

My P&M Blog : Warp Wanderers, Chaos warbands in the Eye of Terror

Voting for my stuff pleases the Chaos Gods and brings you luck in battle !

 
   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





 KernelTerror wrote:
Sweet, nice to see you restarting a blog !


Hi mate!! Long time since the last conversation, isn't it? Hope that all is ok !

More photos






   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





Two more barbarians




   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User






Today I have an Ogre for you
Ogre Mercenary
Fimo Professional, GS
Size: 55 mm (to the top of the head)

















   
Made in gb
[DCM]
Tyrant of Badab






HATE Club, East London

Those are some lovely sculpts. I found your online shop and I like a lot of what I see there too.

Though guards may sleep and ships may lay at anchor, our foes know full well that big guns never tire.
My blog - over 30 pages of Badab War, Eldar, undead and other assorted projects 
   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





Small announcement: I want to help people start sculpting so If you are interested to start sculpting, take a look here:






 Fifty wrote:
Those are some lovely sculpts. I found your online shop and I like a lot of what I see there too.


Thank you!! There will be many more to come from my last KS campaign .

Today I have a second Ogre for you
Rotten Ogre
Fimo SOFT + Super Scupley, GS
Size: 60 mm (to the top of the head)
Based on Patrick Lorente Concept art








   
Made in fr
[DCM]
Monstrously Massive Big Mutant





France

Very instructive video ! Kind of make me want to try sculpting something from scratch.

Brilliant looking ogre as well, keep it up !

My P&M Blog : Warp Wanderers, Chaos warbands in the Eye of Terror

Voting for my stuff pleases the Chaos Gods and brings you luck in battle !

 
   
Made in gb
Renegade Kan Killin Orks






Northern Ireland

Fantastic work Pawel. Thanks for sharing your sculpts and making your videos. They're a great introduction. I'd be very interested in hearing about the different clays/putty you use and what they're good for. Things your tried and learned and why you've settled on the methods and materials you use.

   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





 KernelTerror wrote:
Very instructive video ! Kind of make me want to try sculpting something from scratch.

Brilliant looking ogre as well, keep it up !


Thanks mate! You definitely should try it!

 theCrowe wrote:
Fantastic work Pawel. Thanks for sharing your sculpts and making your videos. They're a great introduction. I'd be very interested in hearing about the different clays/putty you use and what they're good for. Things your tried and learned and why you've settled on the methods and materials you use.


Thank you!
This is a great idea to make a video with a review of some puttys, and clays, a tell more about my experience. Added to "to do" list .



Today I have just one photo, but with toads. Funny creatures ;P.


   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User





The small update of what I'm working on now .


   
Made in gb
Renegade Kan Killin Orks






Northern Ireland

More fantastic creations.

I'd also like to hear about making weapons. What you've found that works, what doesn't work so well. Materials and methods. I've been finding weapons hard to do and mostly next use bits if i have them.

   
Made in pl
Fresh-Faced New User






 theCrowe wrote:
More fantastic creations.

I'd also like to hear about making weapons. What you've found that works, what doesn't work so well. Materials and methods. I've been finding weapons hard to do and mostly next use bits if i have them.


I plan to make a full tutorial, where I'll show how to make all kinds of weapons .




Today I have something rotten (for a change )

MITET
Fimo SOFT + SuperSculpey, GS
Size: 31 mm (to the eye line)
Concept: Moritz Krebs

Made for my brand Rotten Factory


   
Made in ca
Been Around the Block





in the computer?

I recommended your Rotten Circus Crew minis to my friend who plays Carnival of Chaos in Mordheim, we were both very impressed with them when they arrived.

Wonderful to see the creation process of such high quality miniatures, it's very inspirational. Thanks for sharing.

 
   
 
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