Here's the finished axe man for my Outgard crew. In hindsight I should perhaps have reversed the colours of the cowl and his robes: black robes and red cowl. A darker character would have suited the setting better. On the other hand I'm rather pleased with how the red turned out. Oh well...
Calling this guy The Hound of Rotwang.
Fantastic ! No... Perfect !ReplyDelete
Haha! Cheers buddy!Delete
He looks great; these types of characters are my favourite of yours.ReplyDelete
Thank you Tim. I do have a preference for these sort of grounded, archetypical characters. We'll have none of that dynamic jumping around here, no sir.Delete
No, we don't like jumping. White men are terrible at it, anyway.Delete
Awesome work! He's look fantastic!ReplyDelete
Thanks Michal! Greetings to you tooDelete
Great job, the red was a very good choice!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I guess it works rather well.Delete
He turned out with the regular level of excellence. Interesting how much he looks like your rpg character drawings, just a tad darker.ReplyDelete
Yeah I thought about that too. There's a certain amount of cross pollination I suppose.Delete
Bang on. Brilliant miniature that screams Vader at me. I like the red and I think it makes him look dangerous. His helmet makes him look sinister. So best of both as far as I'm concerned.ReplyDelete
I am gutted I didn't pick up a box of Brets before they were destroyed :-(
Thanks Pete. Glad you dig!Delete
I also forgot to pick up a box of men at arms when they went away. Down to my last few now...
So good Johan. The red and blacks are ace as they are. It makes his stuff on the back stand more out too. The shield is gorgeously Outgardish.ReplyDelete
Agree with Fulgrim. Characters like the Axeman are your trademark!
That shield was a lot fun to do...
Great work, particularly the shield. (and the tiny shield painted on the chest)ReplyDelete
I couldn't come up with anything new for the smaller shield, and didn't want to repeat the crowned skull motif, so I just went with checkers. Worked out pretty well in the end.
This guy is flawless! love him. The black cowl and red shirt are great.ReplyDelete
Glad you dig!Delete
Splendid work, my friend! So much awesome character. Loving the shield design, too. :DReplyDelete
He's really awesome, Johan! The colour work - the combination of colours - are just perfect. I think, you could write a book about painting miniatures and colour work. I would definitly buy it! #shutupandtakemymoney :DReplyDelete
I would totally buy this too. . .Delete
That little downward tilt of the head is brilliant. Well done.ReplyDelete
Cheers guys! :-)ReplyDelete
Most impressive job, he looks very strong...and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your painting style is just so perfect for this project and model itself! Truly inspirational, although that's nothing new. . .ReplyDelete
incredible job! :D
Sorry to comment on such an old article - but how do you do shields like this? The weathering is perfectReplyDelete
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