Monthly Archives: August 2016

Gunther Omenstone

Had another Tuesday drawing session with Daniel Gelon this week. A pencil sketch turned into this ink sketch of the chacter I played in Monday’s D&D game. Presenting Gunther Omenstone, Hill Dwarf fighter and cousin to Ugald Omenstone and Ash Zombieslayer.

Consistency, that old hobgoblin

I’m working on some sample comic pages this week, and was reminded once again of the challenge of keeping characters looking consistent from panel to panel and page to page. I decided to devote my weekly coffeeshop sketch session to practicing the main character’s likeness.

Varangur Warband

I recently finished painting up 39 Warband miniatures for the Varangur army for Kings of War. The models I picked were Rohan infantry from Games Workshop’s Lord of Rings miniatures line, as they make excellent fantasy Viking- or Saxon-type warriors. I just avoided the color green at all costs! I multi-based them in 4 elements so that they can be used to represent four Troops, … Continue reading Varangur Warband »

Forces of Nature miniatures

Painting and wargaming with miniatures is one of my main hobbies. I’ve recently finished some minis that represent the start of a Forces of Nature army for Kings of War. First off are these Forest Shamblers from Mantic Games. These come as a set of 3 with interchangeable heads and arms. Lots of nice detail in this kit, with leaves, vines, thorns, moss, shelf fungus, mushrooms, cattails, … Continue reading Forces of Nature miniatures »

Knights & Dragon

Inaugural blog post time! I spent some time drawing with my pals Heather Hudson and Dan Gelon today and came up with some knights and a sort of Blake-esque dragon. The lady knight is Bradamante from Orlando Furioso. It’s the 500th anniversary of its first printing this year!