Winter beastman

This is the result of a little fun project that some friends and I have been working on. We each decided to convert and paint a plastic GW beastman, to try to practice some unusual or interesting flesh colours. We also wanted to practice linking bases with the minis in order to create a stronger atmosphere or 'environment'. This is mine: I wanted to try to make a cold, Winter scene for my beastman, so I tried to use mainly cold colours in the painting. THe extreme highlights, on the flesh especially, were painted with a light, pale blue, to further try to reflect the cold environment and the create a strange sort of lighting.

Posted: 29 Apr 2007

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Marlio
Absolutely super - so natural looking - the torso and the lighting, with the pale blue, is magnificent. Where are those shoulder plates from?
15 Nov 2012 • Vote: 10
Toni90
This is a simply plastic beastman ?! great paintjob.
23 Jul 2008 • Vote: 10
Mason
Wow, when beastmen are done well they really kick ass. There's something about the facial expression coupled with the palette and base you've chosen that really emphasize a kind of existential melancholy towards combat.
25 Oct 2007
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