Sunday, 29 April 2018

Sightseeing 500 A.D.

I've been running a small competition on the German Sweetwater Forum. The goal was to create a small vignette.



To see the other entries I encourage you to visit the link above. Some really nice scenes there.

Have a nice sunday!

11 comments:

  1. That is just fantastic Nick!! A clever set up beautifully executed.

    Christopher

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  2. Very thought provoking and beautiful.

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  3. Absolutely stunning work! Your WW2 miniatures are great, but Dark Ages stuff with lots of different clothes really show your skill! So smooth
    Great composition as well!

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  4. This is just wonderful, mind you the other entries were pretty good too - what a wonderful idea.

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  5. A perfect title for your vignette Nick which really tells a story. It has the quality of being a model much bigger than 28mm and the painting and basing is superb.

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  6. Lovely work Nick! I love the wrecked column - it really sets the stage.

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  7. That's a fantastic vignette. The colors are so beautiful - a perfect blend between figure and base.

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  8. By the way Moiterei, I though I would post my reply to your comment in my blog just in case you didn't read it. My apologies if my post on the oil dot filter technique wasn't too clear but just to clarify the oil paints were NOT stored in a wet palette. All I did was place them on a cardboard inside a plastic container so that the linseed oil could leach out overnight without the paint drying too much. Hope this clears up matters :)

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