Teclis - interpretation

I sculpted this guy back in Summer 2008. A lot of work, but fun and challenging to do and even more fun to paint. I tried to create a more elegant and dynamic version of the magician. The inspiration comes mostly from Paul Dainton's artwork, but I also looked a lot at Jes's old Teclis model from 1993 as well as the HE artwork in "The Gothic and the Eldritch". Apart from this, I also have had this idea of a cape in three parts that I wanted to try out.... There is the robes of an Eldar underneath, and I used part of the original staff and a plastic moon. The rest is sculpted using greenstuf or Milliput.

Posted: 12 Dec 2008

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I´m a fan of the High Elves and I love this Teclis miniature, so good the movement and perfect sculpt work. Keep up the good work, greetings from Spain.
24 Dec 2008 • Vote: 10
Very natural pose with substantial sense of weight & killer dynamic movement! Nice details as well! TH
22 Dec 2008
Awesome, I love this miniature !
20 Dec 2008
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