Sunday, 31 August 2014

Hasslefree Miniatures

Hoi,

Because we all suffer from the Miniature Butterfly Effect now and again I have bought some Hasslefree Miniatures over the recent weeks. In two separate orders I received some very nice miniatures of which more will be revealed in due time.

For today's post it will suffice to say that the first order was rather delayed and the nice people over at HF mini's included a free miniature in the form of Rennie.

While I would never have chosen this figure myself, I decided to paint it up as a tester to get a feeling for this particular fine way of sculpting. Studying the mini before deciding the colour scheme it appeared to me this could just be a female version of our old little pall Asterix... so hence this paintjob.


The base is from Micro Art and I am still in dubio as to whether I will add flock or not.


Cheers Guys,


Listening to: "Re-Machined" by various artisis

3 comments:

Ray Rousell said...

Nice figure!! I'd add a little flock, just for another flash of colour??

Anne O'Leary said...

She's adorable! I like the palette you chose for her. I don't think you need to add anything to that base, it's perfect as it is.

I was finally able to get your blog added to my blogroll again. The last time I tried, it wouldn't add it.

peter said...

Great female Asterix! I wouldn't do flock on the base. Paint it black and then a grey drybrush. Just my opinion.

Greetings
Peter