Monster Hunter Nation

Geeky Hobbies, Sunday Afternoon Painting

These minis have been brought to you by Season 2 of Justified and Season 1 of Mad Men. 🙂

This steam powered robot is for my Warmachine Mercenaries army. This is the most I’ve ever experimented with weathering and rust and I had a lot of fun with it.

Nomad 4

I also used some water effect on the base. (Realistic Water is the best product name ever)

Nomad 1

Nomad 2

Nomad 3

And this is my character for an upcoming Iron Kingdoms RPG.

Rifleman 1

Rifleman 2

Rifleman back

And this is Daughter #2’s character from the same game. This was my first attempt at something like the ice magic.

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Edrea 1

Edrea 2

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tjic (@tjic)
Guest

Damn, your rust technique / battle damage is VERY nice.

John
Guest

I haven’t painted minis in years. Way out of practice. Nice work.

Spencer Cotter
Guest

Nice touch with the ice whip frosting the ground. At first I was like “huh?” but then I was like “oh…”.

Mike Shaffer
Guest

That is some amazingly awesome painting, Larry! Your character’s look reminded me a little of Vampire Hunter D. Pretty sweet.

Jenna
Guest

I love how chipper the ice wizard looks! All of your other ones always look grumpy.

Adam
Guest

I like the simplicity of the mech. You could have gone overboard with rivets, dents, design etc etc but kept it simple and well executed. BB King says the notes you don’t play are as important as the ones you do…

bluesun
Guest

That gunman is badass.

Tyracus
Guest

I’m impressed with the blue that you have on the warjack in the first shots, it’s clear as a color but not too intense (ala Cygnar/Ultramarines) or washed out with a black/grey. The rust on it just brings out e ough of the weapon/edges without overdoing it. I liked your use of the guild rifleman and Vanessa models as Wyrd’s line really brings a lot of character which you brought out well in your paint job.

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