Friday, 23 August 2013

Nocturna Models Freya [Completed]

Woo hoo! Work on Freya of Nocturna Models is done after less than two weeks of consistent painting comprising about 1-3 hour long sessions per day. While not perfect, Freya is by far the best work I have done to date although the Black Legion Forgefiend that I painted a while back could perhaps give Freya a run for her money. Freya is a small step towards more ambitious projects, which hopefully can improve my painting skills along the way. Below are the final pictures of Freya.  

Nocturna Models Freya
Freya's expression shows she means business
Side view (right) of Nocturna Models Freya
Freya's beautifully sculpted cloak never ceases to amaze me
Freya's blond hair went well with her purple / lavender cloak
Another angle showing off how well sculpted the cloak is
Side view (left) of Nocturna Models Freya
Freya's pauldron was dulled by a wash of Citadel Devlan Mud

Freya's base was surprisingly difficult to paint. I struggled in giving the ground some depth. It would have been great if I had some replica moss to place on the base but dead grass was the best I could get a hold of. For the broken axe, I tried to convey a damaged and rusted look.

Base of Nocturna Models Freya

Thanks for following my painting journey with Freya. It has been a real blast painting her and I have enjoyed every single minute of it. Happy, happy, happy!


6 comments:

  1. Wow- she is amazing! The cloak and the flesh tones in particular are fantastic. Great job!

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    1. Thanks Prof! You are way too kind. ^_^

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  2. Wow...speechless....

    Your best work yet! Well done bro. That is amazing.

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    1. Thanks Khairul ... much appreciate! ^_^

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  3. Great stuff, keep up the good 54mm work! ;)

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    1. Thanks! Freya is a small step towards (hopefully) better painted miniatures. :)

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