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It looks like a chinese dragon and japanese.PD. in Spanish "Mini Dios" means little god :-)
Lol! I envy your painting skills and your output rate! I've been trying to paint 3 figs this week but...well..I need to get in contact with your Zen Master first :P
Thanks Some of the pics are of older work...I paint everyday...about 2-3 figures a day mostly but even my Zen master cannot make me able to create a dio each week :-)I like the idea of Mini dios being little gods in spanish...I never saw it like that before..thanks :-) Greetings
If thats the worm I would love to see the size of the fish hook!!!!Again you churn out great work at an amzing rate.I only manage a figure or two a week let alone a day,you need more red wine mate.
very nice. I like it a lot. Well done Paul
Awesome diorama. You paint every day? I'm glad we can benefit from your prolific output. My painty-time only gets squeezed in sporadically. Some evenings I just want to read or watch TV.
Thanks :-)Yep..I paint everyday, or at least I try to. I haven´t had a TV for over 25 years so that helps with making my own pictures ;-)CheersPaul
Good work Paul, this work is brilliant.
Ah, yes! Voted for this back.... when? Some time ago at least. Loved it and still do!
That's a beautiful diorama with an amazing sense of depth... really lovely work on it!
I´m glad you all like it :-D The "worm" has now got wings and lives with a couple more...bigger cousins which are my wifes collection.CheersPaul
Hi Paul! You've got a great blog here, I'm glad I found it! I've been thinking about getting som 1/72 scale plastics for wargaming and your posts are really inspiring.I'm commenting on this old post because I was particularly inspired by the winter knight and the snake, and had to write a snippet about their meeting on my rpg blog: http://norbannog.blogspot.se/2012/05/herr-gundram-och-ormen.htmlSince it's in Swedish and Google manhandles my already questionable prose too much I'll leave you a translation below.I had the audacity to use your image and plug your blog in my post, I hope that's OK!Sir Gundram and the snakeAnd so it happened that sir Gundram's horse could not be restrained. It kicked and jumped and rushed forward aimlessly. The knight found himself thrown from the saddle, now lost and on foot in the winter woods.He walked from early morning until the sun was high in the sky, but could not find his way out of the forest. His prayers he sent to the holy Isentrud, protector of wanderers, and to St. Marcor, who not only cares for the hunters, but also everyone else who ventures into the woods. Faint from thirst and hunger sir Gundram sat down on a fallen tree to rest. This was fortunate, for soon he heard a muffled creaking and crashing that approached. The brave knight grabbed his shield and his axe and shouted: – Who are you to approach by stealth, with heavy shuffling gait?Sir Gundram was not met with a reply. Instead, he was suddenly surrounded by an ice-cold cloud of smoke. As the smoke dispersed the knight saw that it was the breath of the great snake that dwelt in the forest that had enveloped him …