Here's my third drawing made with watercolours, white acrylic paint and black ink pen, inspired by the grim and dark Warhammer 40k Universe. This piece is influenced by Jakob Rune Nielsen's servo-skull collector seen in one of mr. Nielsen's 40k wizpimp sketches
on his wonderful blog miniaTEXTures
. There's some obvious hints from William Shakespeare's play Hamlet
too. I won't bother quoting the famous phrase and instead will leave you with the drawing...
|(watercolors, white acrylic paint and black ink pen)|
The scheme follows the two previous painings
. This crook-backed oldster is inspecting his latest finding, wondering in his twisted mind what'd be the perfect price for such a fine piece...
I work in the collectables business, and I can assure you, many of my clients look suspiciously like this guy...
Actually I still have to add few words...ReplyDelete
The earlier paintings were trying to mimic the olde Blanche style too much I think.
But with this one here, it's totally different story! Way more original, way more brilliant!!
I can see the progress and I like that very much.
Keep on painting my rat-brother keep on painting!
Very strong image. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Now I have to complete my servo skull collector soon - which will be sometime in the new year...
...and trust me; early next year IS actually really soon in my book.
Atreides, haha :D
okkiW, well put!
JRN, looking forward to your collector!