Nit picking is fine, it will make future minis better.
I'm not certain what you mean by cleaner detail coloring (do you mean shading the smaller objects individually?)
I didn't really do any highlighting here, just started with a light base color and shaded. I'm trying to incorporate highlights into the minis I am working on now but I am not sure I am really getting the hang of it. . . Practice practice.
As for more minis, I am working on another set now, I'm coloring them and hope to have them ready this week.
The Seed Born Brawlers are the first unit in the first faction of a skirmish minis game I have been working on for a while now. Finding this website really offered me inspiration in being able to put together a playable version of the game in a print and play format. I hope to be able to create minis for all the units in the game and get some play testing going. But with the time I can devote to it now that is still a number of months away.
It's been said other places on this forum, but it is true, getting the proportions right can be difficult, and it is really noticeable when they're off. Funny though, when I was finished I thought the torso and arms were to big. I built two sets of them last night and they look pretty good on the table at an arms length away.
They're definitely a race of woodland folk. I have had plans to include treants and some other special plant themed units. But as of right now I am concentrating on getting infantry done for just two factions so I can try and get some people playing.
Post by BlackCat13 on Aug 25, 2015 19:25:03 GMT -9
Okay, just saw these for the first time and thought that they might make an interesting Sci-Fi Alien race for my Star Trek group to encounter as well as an interesting fantasy race. They would also be great for some Pulp Sci-Fi alien action as well, perfect as the sentient and barbaric plant natives of some jungle world under the control of some galactic despot.
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Jun 18, 2020 12:22:38 GMT -9
Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
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