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sprue
30.08.2010, 03:50
Hello everyone,

My first post! My name is Jody, I'm from Melbourne, Australia. I just wanted to show you a miniature that I sculpted and finished painting over the weekend. He's a big gnoll, about 45mm to the top of his ears. Thanks.
http://a.imageshack.us/img534/3455/paintedgnollfront.png
http://a.imageshack.us/img819/3766/gnollfront.png
http://a.imageshack.us/img717/2880/paintedgnollside1.png

Angelus
30.08.2010, 16:26
Hi Jody,

nice to have you here. Really nice paintjob. How did you find this website?

Regards
Thorsten

SK4TE
30.08.2010, 17:57
Sculpted and painted? You've got my admiration!

BADSMILE
30.08.2010, 18:55
Very nice work !

sprue
30.08.2010, 21:56
Thanks guys, I saw the link in Begbiee's signature over at the OzPainters forum.

Begbie
30.08.2010, 23:16
Real cool sculpt and a very nice paintjob.

Are there copies of the miniature for sale?

Cheers
Begbie

PS: Jayyy the advert in my signature in the foreign forums really does work. GREAT!!!

sprue
31.08.2010, 10:02
Yes I have casts of him. I'm just waiting on some packaging from the printers to arrive before I put it up in the online shop. It should be available Friday or Monday.

Count_Zero
31.08.2010, 10:09
Nice Job sprue - the paintjob and also the sculpt! Nice to see some people from the other side ;)

Honour.Guard
31.08.2010, 13:26
Really great job, both sculpt and painting, can you tell me how you painted the *dark-yellow* metal on the blade ? I love especially that colour.. :D

Tagamoga
31.08.2010, 13:33
Great painting!

I love the contrast between the dark sourounding and the bright figure itself... it is captivating

greetings, Taggi

sprue
31.08.2010, 14:01
Hey Honour.Guard. For the blade I painted the whole thing with a mixture of chardonite granite and hawk turquoise (gw paints) for the shadow, and a for the mid tone I used a mixture of vallejo cobra leather and little bit of foul green ( I think it's foul green, the label is really worn) just enough green to make it less yellow and then white for highlights. You can put a light brown wash in the cracks if you want it to look less weathered.

sprue
04.09.2010, 15:46
The packaging is in. You can find the gnoll here (http://www.imbrianarts.com/store/international/)