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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Mon 23 Jan 2012 - 12:20

For some reason, I didn't get the notification of updates. Thanks for the reply on the Discworld miniatures. I had read somewhere that they were much bigger than GW's. This is great, I will definitely get some of those beautiful miniatures.

Also, awesome job with the buildings, particularly the timbered house. Beautiful roof!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Mon 23 Jan 2012 - 16:15

JoaoS wrote:
For some reason, I didn't get the notification of updates. Thanks for the reply on the Discworld miniatures. I had read somewhere that they were much bigger than GW's. This is great, I will definitely get some of those beautiful miniatures.
Youve got to! It's a pleasure to paint, too!
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Also, awesome job with the buildings, particularly the timbered house. Beautiful roof!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Tue 28 Feb 2012 - 3:53

The Merchant's House from Tabletop World... that's all...
Does the slideshow work, for you?

==> The slideshow
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Tue 28 Feb 2012 - 4:14

The slide show works fine...at least for moi. AND the building painted up BEAUTIFULLY...nice color choices. The interior is quit spectacular. VERY WELL DONE! thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Tue 28 Feb 2012 - 12:34

Thank you!
Nice models are easy to paint.
And TTW creates great models!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Fri 2 Mar 2012 - 4:48

HellspawN wrote:
Thank you!
Nice models are easy to paint.
And TTW creates great models!

HellspawN, would you mind sharing with us your paint scheme for the roofs? I am loving the wood and metal work on your Timbered House. How have you achieved that look?!

I have just received my order from Tabletop World and I am having a VERY TOUGH time doing justice to these roofs. I am very depressed Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Fri 2 Mar 2012 - 17:21

Awesome paint job on the house - I have the same model, but taking my lazy time painting it!

I agree with Illuzionist, a tutorial or some instructions would be greatly appreciated.

Also, did you change some of the original windows in the house? In some of them you can see right through. I don't think you get that option with the original model. Looks amazing and definitely more realistic the way you did it.

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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sat 3 Mar 2012 - 15:58

Okay... the real stuff begins here.
Tutorials?
Hints?
Okay.
That's something I will make with pleasure... but not today.
Too late for me (I live in Belgium, midnight here!)
I'll make it monday.
If it's okay for you...
And... yes, I've pierced the windows with a Dremmel and glued a piece of a little thing like this (I dunno the name of this in english, sorry!)

Much more realistic... And fun!
The interior is painted... why should I hide it?
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Wed 7 Mar 2012 - 15:36

OOPS. A bit late!
Some instructions to make such a scheme... ? Okay! In french and the shorter version in english!

IN FRENCH:

1°) Sous-couche noire intégrale. Pourquoi? Parce que les angles creux difficiles d'accès resteront noirs, moins gênant que blanc ou gris! Et parce que ça fait des décors sensiblement moins lumineux que mes fig's (peintes sur du blanc). Les fig's s'en détachent donc un peu. Et c'est joli!

2°)Les pierres d'arkose:
- Un brossage à sec généreux de YANDEN DARKSUN appliqué au tank brush de façon à laisser les joints en noir mais aussi certains creux dans les pierres.
- Un "pointillisme" (tapotage avec un pinceau essuyé comme dans le cas du brossage) avec le même tank brush de TAUSEPT OCHRE.
- Brossage léger de BLEACHED BONE.
- Brossage zénithal de SKULL WHITE.
- Surlignage de certaine arêtes au SKULL WHITE.
- Si tu es un maniaque comme moi: repasse du CHAOS BLACK dans le moindre joint.

3°) Les pierres grises sont sur une base de CODEX GREY éclaircie au FORTRESS GREY, quelques angles et éclats au SKULL WHITE. Pour quelques-unes de ces pierres, un lavis léger de GRAVEYARD EARTH vient ajouter de la nuance.

4°) Le bois voit un brush insistant de SCORCHED BROWN suivant d'une caresse de GRAVEYARD EARTH et d'un dernier brush de BLEACHED BONE. Ça fait bois délavé par la pluie.

5°) Les tuiles en bois? Sur la sempiternelle sous-couche noire:
- Brossage de SCORCHED BROWN (encore lui!).
- Brossage de SNAKEBITE LEATHER plus léger.
- Caresses aléatoires au tank brush essuyé avec du BLOOD RED pour déposer ci et là quelques pigments.
- Brossage de bas en haut (en accrochant dont au bas des tuiles) avec du BUBONIC BROWN puis du ROTTING FLESH.
- Lining noir entre les tuiles si tu es le même psychopathe que moi!

6°) Les briques.
- Brossage de DARK FLESH général.
- Aléatoirement, brossage
soit de 2/3 DARK FLESH, 1/3 BLAZING ORANGE
soit de 2/3 CHAOS BLACK, 1/3 REGAL BLUE
soit de BESTIAL BROWN
- Brossage léger de BLEACHED BONE partout pour l'aspect usé.
- Quelques touches de CODEX GREY au hasard de certaines briques (coulées de mortier, poussières de mortier des joints).

IN ENGLISH:

1°) Black undercoat

2°) Arkose stones:
- Heavy YANDEN DARKSUN drybrush
- TAUSEPT OCHRE tapping.
- Light BLEACHED BONE drybrush.
- Zénithal SKULL WHITE drybrush and lining on the edges.
- CHAOS BLACK between the stones.

3°) Grey stones:
CODEX GREY and then FORTRESS GREY. SKULL WHITE for some edges. GRAVEYARD EARTH washing on some stones

4°) Wood:
- Heavy SCORCHED BROWN drybrush.
- Light GRAVEYARD EARTH drybrush
- Last light BLEACHED BONE drybrush.

5°) The tiles:
- SCORCHED BROWN drybrush
- Lighter SNAKEBITE LEATHER drybrush.
- Random BLOOD RED caress to put down some pigments.
- From downside to upside: BUBONIC BROWN and then ROTTING FLESH drybrush.
- CHAOS BLACK lining between the tiles.

6°) The bricks:
- Global DARK FLESH drybrush.
- Random drybrushes of
2/3 DARK FLESH, 1/3 BLAZING ORANGE
or 2/3 CHAOS BLACK, 1/3 REGAL BLUE
or BESTIAL BROWN.
- Light BLEACHED BONE drybrush everywhere.
- Some random CODEX GREY lines and dots.
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Mon 12 Mar 2012 - 16:15

Excellent!!!! Thank you so much for the detailed info!

Now I have no excuse to not paint mine! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Thu 5 Jul 2012 - 17:15

Quality finish. I too approve of your catchy matching schemes. The use of green I especially marvelled at.

The world map in the background caught my eye. First I noticed that Araby is detailed as Arabia, before realised there is other Reikspiel displayed in the sea/ocean names. This must be a different version of the UK White Dwarf map from a German release, no?

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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Thu 5 Jul 2012 - 23:51

All the buildings featured in this thread are amazing.

To begin with, the models are all well-sculpted but it is your painting that gives justice to them! I particularly love the way you paint the wooden parts of the building. I cant wait for all of these buildings to come together in an appropriate town/village setting.

Thank you also for the color guide/tutorial!

Keep it up!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sun 15 Jul 2012 - 6:52

werekin wrote:
The world map in the background caught my eye. First I noticed that Araby is detailed as Arabia, before realised there is other Reikspiel displayed in the sea/ocean names. This must be a different version of the UK White Dwarf map from a German release, no?
Yes! Well seen! It's a german version coming from the 2007 or 2008 german Games Day.
A gift from a friend.

Next one: My vision of the Garden of Morr.
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sun 15 Jul 2012 - 17:06

These are all impressive terrain pieces! I like the bronzed look of the statues very much, but the attention to detail on all of the buildings is very inspiring. Well done!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 17:47

Bon...

The Lair of the Astromancer from GW... Without the unfinished platforms yet to come!

==> The slideshow


The Garden of Morr from GW...

==> The slideshow


The Deathknell Watch from GW... unfinished platforms... yet to come... you know the deal. I'll join a dead tree to this... the dead tree isn't painted yet but I wanted to show you that in the slideshow!

==> The slideshow


A Cottage from Tabletop World. Without the country base... nice piece for the price.

==> The slideshow
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 18:36

Wow! You've been a busy boy!!

Lovely pieces. Wonderful bases on the Deathknell Watch!!

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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 5:25

WONDERFUL WORK! I especially like the Graveyard; the attention tho detail, particularly the flowers, make the piece for moi. All are VERY WELL DONE! thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 7:13

I'm happy Joao loves the custom base of the tower... I'll try to customize more plastic GW pieces in the future (so easy to do, this would be a sin to refuse to try), just to obtain a different look.
This base mixes GW Dreadfire Portal's base and some stairs, a bit of foam for the wall down the stairs and the 3 trees from a Citadel Wood bound together. Liquid resin is your friend in this kind of work when you're a bad sculptor as I am!
I love plastic sceneries: I'll try soon to mix other kits like this... but I have to buy the kits first... quite more difficult!

Thank you, DeafNala. I'm still looking for an idea about how to use the graveyard (assembled and glued on a base or flexible like this, unglued... or bound with a second one to get a large graveyard with more spaces between the graves and tombstones...).
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sun 2 Dec 2012 - 7:20

Quite impressive work. I need to get to work on terrain! I think you've helped to inspire me.

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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Mon 3 Dec 2012 - 15:03

Kradlo wrote:
Quite impressive work. I need to get to work on terrain! I think you've helped to inspire me.

Very Happy

The best reason to keep on posting pics: to help fellows to find the kind of I inspirition I find here everyday.
To share is to progress.
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Thu 25 Apr 2013 - 14:06

PLEASE KEEP POSTING THIS IS AWESOME!!! I just stumbled on to this thread and I must say well done. Please take a picture with a bunch of these together and thank you so much for your painting logs!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Mon 29 Apr 2013 - 17:47

Okay, Ninja Goblin... My problem is that I've painted 60 Ogres and the 50 miniatures in the Seddition Wars box for customers, last month.
No time for Mordheim!
But I'll come back with new stuff... when I'll have some stuff.
And I plan to create MDF engraved gameboards during vacations! I hope those will look cool... The thing is I need platforms in my city because we will play in entire houses, no ruins... I'll need stairs, platforms, docks, sewers, rocks, statues...
We won't play in Mordheim but in Tottenburg, a city I'm creating by now. An old city dedicated to Morr where are buried the corpes of the first allies of Sigmar himself, an old city where the legend tells that Sigmar himself may be burried with some powerful artefacts. An old, forgotten, autarkic city that some pretenders to the throne want to desecrate now, looking for some authentic symbols of the power of Sigmar.
...
Voilà!
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Fri 6 Sep 2013 - 17:21

I've painted the stairs leading to Deathknell Watch. Entire picture coming soon.


Tabletop World Windmill.


Photobucket ate my other pictures (my mistake!) but I reposted it and I give you all my album links here.

The commissions

Mordheim - "in game" pics

Mordheim - Sceneries

Mordheim - Warbands

Warhammer - Random minis
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Fri 6 Sep 2013 - 19:55

I don't remember which piece is Deathnell Watch, but wonderful job on the stairs and spooky tree thumbsup thumbsup 
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PostSubject: Re: Hellspawn's vision of Mordheim... in another city.   Sat 7 Sep 2013 - 2:21

Von Kurst wrote:
I don't remember which piece is Deathknell Watch, but wonderful job on the stairs and spooky tree thumbsup thumbsup 
The Deathknell Watch is seenable in the SCENERIES album under the name: "Deathknell Watch"...
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