Cult of December (Rasputina) - Finished!

Well, I decided against the snow powder in the end because these figures are really for gaming and the snow powder isn't really all that durable. The texture paste is rock hard and give the right look so I left it at that.

Anyway, onto the finished miniatures... I wish I could be more like Angel Giraldez and have finished miniatures to show off every second day, but well, something finished is better than nothing, right?

Ok so here's the crew altogether, front and back. It's a bit of a challenge to get them all in focus!



Rasputina



Ice Golem



Ice Gamin (Group)


Ice Gamin (Individual)




And for reference, all the previous Work In Progress posts for the crew (in reverse chronological order):



So that's it for now. The crew is actually winging its way down to Melbourne for the OzPainters Open painting competition this weekend, so if you're in the area, be sure to drop by Realm of Legends and have a look. And if not, they'll also be on display at MOAB at the Aetherworks stall.

And before then, I have a few more things for Golden Demon and MOAB to finish painting... it's going to be a busy few weeks.

While I'm here, I should also pimp the Golden Camel VIII - it's a painting dinner organised by OzPainters to celebrate the end of Golden Demon 2011, but it's a great event to socialise with others, regardless of whether you entered the Golden Demons or just chilled out at MOAB on October 1st.

Till next time, signing out for now!

Comments

HaWior said…
Another nice blog that I found just to read regularly.
Chad said…
Simply fantastic job on this crew! They look amazing and I like the fact you thought twice about the snow for durability reasons. Beautiful models are great but beautiful models that actually get played are even better in my book!

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