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Jan’s Judgement

Jan’s Judgement

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About the Project

So, another project!! I went to Adepticon in March with the full intention of not getting into nor buying miniatures for another new games or systems....... that lasted all of about the first day there. The best laid plans of mice and men are often utter bollox! Thanks to a couple of streamer mates Reiner72 and Flikstrr and ofc the creator of Judgement Andrew Galea, I got sucked into Judegement (the game). I mean 54mm scale miniatures........ my favourite scale! I was damned before I even started~!! So after getting taught the game by Reiner72 and Andrew back at the hotel suites we were all staying at and then a full 3V3 game against Reiner72, I was sucked in and came home with three of the ever growing range of heroes (and monsters) - Thorgar the minotaur gladiator (who seriosuly helped me win my first game), Haksa the orc shaman and Kvarto the human pariah. The miniatures for Judgement are absolutely gorgeous and cast in resin, my fav material to paint. BUT they are not just gorgeous minis, the game is really awesome as well! So, here is where we'll be putting WiPs and pics of finished Judgement characters!

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Skin Working

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Spent the day working on Kvarto’s skintones. He really is a dirty dirty fella!

Kvarto Starto

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Kvarto the human Pariah starts.  A rather gross sculpt with more than just a subtle wee nod to Total Recall is Kvarto and his long dead twin brother, Mr. Squidgy (not his official name btw). Kvarto is a hybrid class in the game with a little bit of aggressor and a littel bit of supporter about him.

The combo of rank old cloth and leather and battered weathered stained metal armour makes him right up my alley in terms of painting.

I used the heathen brush to get his base skin tones in – light greens in the recesses over a yellowy flesh tone to get  a sickly unclean base colour to his skin. With a basic skin colour put down with the airbrush, I switched over to hairy brush and started to refine the skin:  bringing it up with some slightly richer skin tone thin layers to make sure he looks alive rather than undead.  Next will start to bring up some skin highlights before some final shadow and recess glazing to increase the volumes and add in some patches of bruised, angry and enflamed skin and add a little more grime and unwashedness to the guy.

Here’s where he is at now

Kvarto Starto
Kvarto Starto
All the Judgement minis come with sculpted bases - love the details on Kvarto's which include a tentacle coming up through a sewer grate and a rat gnawing its way out of a sack !All the Judgement minis come with sculpted bases - love the details on Kvarto's which include a tentacle coming up through a sewer grate and a rat gnawing its way out of a sack !

Thorgar & Haksa

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The first two of the three Judgement minis I brought back from Adepticon have just been finished and finally photographed. There’s no real WiPs for these biys as I finished them already!!

Thorgar The Minotaur GladiatorThorgar The Minotaur Gladiator

Thorgar was an absolute pleasure to paint. Monster of a mini. In game he is an aggressor…. unsurprisingly enough!

Came up with a few new workups for his metal bits – the aged bronze shoulder armour and manica and a blackened dark steel for his manacles.  Tried a new ‘old but keened’ steel workup as well for his axe. All the metals are done with Darkstar’s Molten Metals.

Lotta research for this guy re: horns and hooves. Not something I regularly paint!!

Anyways here he is,  the mighty Thorgar of Zaiqah

Just recently finished is Haksa the Orc Shaman, supporter class.

Haksa took an age to finish as he has sooooo much detail to him!! Bones n leaves n other Shamany junk all over to him. And of course a bloody totem pole that he’s hanging off – troll on a pole!

I really couldnt be arsed going the usual route with an orc and painting him green so decided to give him quite a raw blushed skin workup and cover him in tribal ritual shamany tatts. He does have a slight green glaze put to him in the shadowws n recesses but not too strong.

Gorgoeus mini to paint, pain in the backside to finish!!

 

 

Haksa - Orc ShamanHaksa - Orc Shaman

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