Fantasy Miniatures Commission

I just finished another commission for my friend from Spain, who’s making a cool dungeon project that I’ve mentioned in a previous post. I’m not always a fan of commissions, but I enjoy the wide range of different miniatures I paint for him.

I tried some new methods for painting the skin on the Flagellant (The second picture), with some more extreme highlighting than I usually do. I like the end result and it’s possibly something I’ll start to do more in the future.

For the Mocking Beast (Picture 5) I added some extra gems and pearls that makes the content inside even more interesting.

The dwarves on picture 1 was converted (Not by me) and I think they ended up looking very good. I’m actually not completely sure where the miniatures are from, but I think they’re from Games Workshop :-)

The Pictures:

Commission Work: Miniatures

I recently finished another batch of miniatures for a commission job – It included a bunch of heroes & characters – Many of these were Games Workshop minis. I’m really happy with several of the miniatures and was a bit sad to let go off the Lizardmen Skink Priest and Saurus Warrior, but I know they’re in good hands :-)

I also had to paint two female miniatures with Pink hair, which is something I’ve never done before – But they turned out better than I feared.

Freebooter: Don Pavo

A few years back when I launched my Pre-Painted project at King Games I did a commission on Don Pavo for a customer. After I was done I was quite sad that I had to sell the miniature. Now I finally got around to painting the mini again, this time for myself :-)

I painted it more or less exactly as the commission piece, so the color scheme was very easy. And I ended up painting it quite a lot faster than back then.

Don Pavo

Pre-Painted Commission

I recently finished a pretty large commission job for a customer – To be used for him and his family (Wife and two kids) in their RPG adventures. There’s a bunch of Goblins, Skeletons, Doors, Ghosts & Spiders. The second picture is the heroes and the 4th is the main villain the heroes are facing. The Warhammer High Elf miniature was heavily converted by the customer to look more villainous and I’m very happy with the end result as I think he ended up looking pretty evil.

The miniatures are currently on their way to Spain and I’m excited for the customer to get his miniatures back, now in painted condition :-)