Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Rotten rag

Part of my inq28 Nurgly warband is featured in this months issue of Warhammer:Visions. I really like the sense of quality of the mag conveys now that they moved to a prestige format and the photos of my minis are just beautiful. 
Incidentally, this marks the fourth time I'm featured in Visions/WD. 


The pictures were taken at last years The Fang competition here in Stockholms GW store. Unfortunately a lot of my nurglies were left with John in Nottingham at the time so there's only four of them in the W:V photoshoot. 

Some of you might like to see the whole gang all gathered so I rounded up the lot (now that they're all safely back in Sweden) and snapped a picture.  



That nurgly master of ceremonies is still one of my favourite minis...


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  1. Well deserved! Love the warband, but which one is the master of ceremonies? The champion?

    PS. Would love too see more on your Tzeentch-warband. DS

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    1. Cheers! He´s the clownlike dude with the staff next to the champion.

      We´ll see what happens with the Master of Fate and his minions. I´ve only done the champion so far, and while that was fun as an experiment all those bright colours are a pain to get right...

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  2. Congratulations Jeff!
    Your work has been such an inspiration for me in the past year, I am really glad to see you back on track with your amazing visions of the hobby.
    Just out of curiosity, which issue are you talking about? The one with the HH marines on the cover?

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    1. Thanks you kindly sir.

      You´re quite right - the canith boardgame issue.

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  3. Four times?!...Showoff.

    Well deserved - congrats!

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  4. I saw them in there! Very cool, man. Did you notice the color saturation in some of these shoots was pushed way higher than usual? Yours look fine, but I've seen the minis in the Army of the Month and they're much more muted, and in a darker hue in real life. They seem to have been digitally altered to make them closer to the traditional Ultramarines blue. Once I noticed that I thought I was seeing alterations in other models as well.

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    1. Yeah I've noticed that. They really seem to have a problem with blue in WD. I often see them coming out extremely oversaturated - the last time I had the honour to be featured in Blanchitsu my everpresent blues and cyans came out very odd looking indeed.
      The ultramarine models in this issue was even wierder - it looked like they had a flat overlay layer of jet blue over them. It looks very unnatural.

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    2. Yeah, exactly. I think they went in and masked off/photoshopped all the blue areas. You can see something closer to the true color in the big Ultramarine group shots in other spots of the mag (not the AotM section), since they used his tanks in them. Glad to see yours came through unscathed from the look of it.

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  5. Again! Very cool sir and yes, well deserved.

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  6. Congrats matey..

    I have to say having seen the master of ceremonies on RL i have to agree one of the finest models i have ever seen.. superlative paintwork and modelling... The paintwork of the likes of yourself PDH Migs Kari John etc.. needs to be seen to be believed .. just stunning models and i am always envious..

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    1. Thanks a lot Neil! Same goes for your insanely decreipt constructs!

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