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Lots of news!

Finally!

I’ve been away from here, without any real reason for that. A bit overwhelmed i guess. But i have a lot to show and talk about!

The first thing is probably old news now, but there is a fanzine coming that will focus on the Blanchitsu side of the hobby, and i’m flattered to have a few things of mine inside! It’s called 28, and will be available for free online on the website, and there is a Facebook page and an Instagram. (Front artwork by the amazing Pascal Blanché)

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The next sentence might be funny. I mentioned the next thing in another thing i forgot to mention here.. You’re still with me? So the brilliant Greenstuff Gretchin sculpted a fantastic miniature based of a drawing of mine from last year (thank you again so much!)

And i mentioned it in an interview for a miniature painting blog, Chestnut Ink , where i ramble about miniatures and stuff! They have a lot of tutorial and an amazing level in painting!..

This summer, mr Dark_Tech_ suggested a miniature challenge between both of us, on the theme of the wasteland merchant. I obviously needed to make a box for them, and tried something different by making it horizontal. It started being a bad idea when i made the stairs, as when the box is closed, the stairs enter the box, and take the space the mini would need.. So i’m still learning!.. Here are the Wips and the things done. I’m glad on how they turned out, a bit more colourful than what i’m used to, and i didn’t realized i missed painting miniatures that much. It has been a while!

Then, i finished two miniature to go along with my ever Expanding Exploratorii choir. The one with the metal techpriest was one of the first miniature i started with the knowledge of inq28. I just modified it a bit more with cables and electro-priests stuff.

And i had to make a group picture in situ! (well three pictures)

In another realm, i’ve been kindly invited to the Mordheim 2019 event in Helsinki, so there is going to be a few weird things around i hope! Thank you for bringing me on board!

Last but not least, i just went to my usual miniature shop today, to grab the new White Dwarf, and a few miniatures of mine are featured in my favourite article! Thanks a lot to the White Dwarf team and to Mr Blanche for making this dream real! (I sound calm here but i was shaking and smiling a lot today!)

Hopefully the next update will arrive a bit sooner than next year! During that time, if you come to visit the small Swiss village of Gruyère (and you should because the fantastic H.R.Giger’s musuem is there) make a small 200m detour and check my sculpture exhibition starting the 28th September! And if you’re in Yverdon for the Unidé miniature convention on the 20th October, come say hello! I’ll be there with some miniatures and scenery! (But i’m terribly shy so sorry for that..)

Wish you all many beautiful things!

Nestorian Infestation and some wips

Hello!

I already showed this on Facebook, but here are a few more picture of the team for the Nestorian Infestation. Two guys disappeared, and a new one appeared. Wasn’t sure about the two others, and i started the box without thinking of the number of mini i could put into. So i had to adapt a few things!

 

And a few pictures of the process. The Agrellan earth wasn’t dry at the moment of the picture!

Thank you for passing by, have a great week!

A warband and two boxes

Hi here!

It’s been a while since the last update but here are the last things i’ve been working on.

Firstly, a sylvaneth warband to try the Aos Skirmish. We still have to try our first game of Aos, but i hope this will be a nice entry ticket. I have the rest of the battalion to work on later.. I’m a bit late after all the branchitsu madness around aos28, but here they are. I’ll make more individual photos once they are painted. I found a bit hard to be original with this few. So many brilliant things have been already done. And i’m still asking myself a bit about the sylvaneth civilisation, their level of technology and individualism. There’s not a lot about this in the army book, i hope there will be a bit more in the future!

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Next is a thing i thought a lot about considering i don’t play that much anymore, but enjoy building things. Following the travel boxes i made earlier this year, i made a more detailed one, maybe more like a piece of scenery or a diorama of the inside of an imperial building. The floor is magnetic again, so it can be used to move a few miniatures around, and there is a button behind the box to turn a little light on. So it’s a kind of decorative thing i guess?

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This is the second one i made just after the wooden box. I tried something smaller, and thought about it as the relic boxes the miniatures often carry around. So it’s a box, with a cyborg corpse reliquary inside.

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And since i really enjoyed doing those, i think i’m going to make a few more!

And finally, Bigbossredskulls recently published a blog post with a few of my drawing inspired by his tzeenchian warbands! This hobby exchange saw this fantastic miniature take a place in my Warhammer gallery on the wall! Thank you! (Be sure to check his blog, his work is crazy creative!)

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Little boxes and small trip.

This is a small update for two little boxes i made to move my minis form some place to another in a cool way. I saw things like this around the internet, and always thought that it was a brilliant idea – if i find some links back, i’ll update the post. And in the same movement, i’ll use this boxes this weekend for a trip to the Warhammer World i was thinking about for a long time. The Pilgrym exhibition there is a perfect excuse, if i needed any! Maybe i’ll have the opportunity to meet some of you there? Let me know if that would be the case!

For now, here are the boxes in some Wip stages and with the miniatures in them. There should soon be an update on the Many Faces of the Vox Populii thing i guess..

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Oh, and have a wonderful year, please!