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Author Topic: Vision On. Painting and stuff with Tony Felthartmonkey.  (Read 5555 times)

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Offline Ninchilla

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I've been keeping up with what you've posted on Instagram. I was never a great painter, but these just seem like witchcraft to me.

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I don't have an Instagram account, so please post here.

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Yup, post on. At the very least, seeing some nice models is good motivation to paint my little dudes. Which I rarely do.

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Okay, I'll post a few up.  It's appropriate because this is what I do instead of playing videogames these days.

A Chaos Hellbrute.  Yeah, Games Workshop names are incredible.





A Deathwing Venerable Dreadnought





Lando Calrissian



A Sylvaneth Treelord.





A Bantha and a group of Tusken Raiders



This one won a competition on DakkaDakka, one of the biggest wargaming forums.  It's Legendary Jesse James from the game Wild West Exodus.  Check out the leather effect on the coat!  I have no idea how that happened.









A Space Marine guy, Ahriman of the Thousand Suns.



Jabba The Hutt


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This one is a bit special.  I painted it for cav, who wanted to give it to his son.  It's stretching the definition of "miniature" because it's about eight inches high with the wings.









And the last thing I painted - a Lord of the Rings Nazgul, riding a Fell Beast.







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Seriously impressive as ever Felt. I think my favourite is the Nazgul.

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These are incredible.

I wonder if that dragon ever looks at his single chest of swag and gets annoyed at the one-percenters like Smaug.

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Felt added all the base detail. I now realise he was making a political point about inequalities in the dragon world.

All incredible as always - if you ever have a chance to visit felt's house you should. It's like someone's shat talent all over the place.

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I forgot to say, but thanks guys!  :)

Here's a dark and scary wood.










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Nice!  Wonderful detail, as ever.

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Thanks!

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Noice!

Offline feltmonkey

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More?  More!











This guy is up for the monthly painting challenge in the dakkadakka forum (https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/738350.page) so pop along there and have a look at some of the amazing entries if you feel like it, and maybe chuck out a few votes for your favorites (not necessarily mine - it's just nice to have lots of votes for everyone on those challenges.)

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There is some stunning work in that gallery - the Khorne Slaughterpriest especially.

You got my vote (it's great work again, after all), but it was close.