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#126 Sun, Dec11 2011 6:59pm

elroi
Master of Brushes
From: Sevilla / Malaga
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Thanks, Master Erchamion! Making the diorama was quite funny, i think i´ll start to paint more scenes and less single miniatures

Milo wrote:

twice ...postman delivered a Christmas 2010 painted today ! big_smile

Hope you like it hand as much as in pictures wink

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#127 Mon, Dec12 2011 1:33pm

Milo
The Attic Warden
From: Toulouse, France
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Each time I take it in hands, I keep staring at it and just stay ...WoW !
The neatness and precision is diabolic big_smilelol


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#128 Tue, Dec13 2011 3:51pm

elroi
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Happy with that wink

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#129 Tue, Dec13 2011 11:12pm

ddaines
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Marvellous, your style is becoming well recognised now big_smile

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#130 Sat, Dec31 2011 5:30pm

Mabden
The Forest Warden
From: Spain
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Roi you are allways creating credible worlds. If Tolkien had seen your miniatures he thinks you have understood his idea for Middle Earth.
Still watching.

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#131 Wed, Jan4 2012 2:19pm

elroi
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From: Sevilla / Malaga
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

New year and new projects: a little scene of the Prancing Pony (but I see that Mistress Sevlag and the Marshal of the Mark have been busy on their own taverns wink )

As I received Master Milo´s parcel (I´ll never be grateful enough to you for give me the opportunity of getting this miniatures), I started to do my own version of the most famous tavern in Middle Earth.

A previous sketch:

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The basic aspect of the main room:

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First painting job (with aerograh)

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And more deatiled painting job:

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Now I must work on the miniatures and little details (barrels, mugs, tables and chairs.... lot of things)

I`ll be posting all the advances here, but I´m afraid it will be a long procces

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#132 Wed, Jan4 2012 2:38pm

Milo
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Wow, another tavern inn for MMP !

Great concept Roi, and I recall here David "your style is becoming well recognised now". coolbig_smile

Keep going please and of course show us progress !


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#133 Wed, Jan4 2012 3:12pm

Thingol
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

What can I say more... soon we would have on our forum we'll able to open the street full of cafes... Great work as usual Master Elroi... you have achieved excellent color scheme for the interior of a pub !!!!


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#134 Wed, Jan4 2012 4:46pm

Theobald
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Excellent, Master Elroi. Excellent indeed. I'm really looking forward to seeing that place filled with details and figures.
Err, I just wonder if there's space enough for the Prancing Pony series.

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#135 Wed, Jan4 2012 6:27pm

Mabden
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From: Spain
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Wow, you never have enough taverns?
Very good work at this moment, I'm anger for more.
See you Roi.

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#136 Wed, Jan4 2012 10:49pm

Turambar
Archer of Mirkwood
From: Germany
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Ahhh- wondeful. I gave your compliments back, Roi! That looks fantastic.
One more proof, that using a aerograph or airbrush always leads to a really fantastic colour-experience!
I used such airbrush during my time at university very often. Hard to try to get this look without taking this tool . . .
Well done, this is the look I imagine of!


Maybe the magic was the most powerful force in the world. But that was long ago.
The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#137 Thu, Jan5 2012 11:50am

elroi
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From: Sevilla / Malaga
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Master Thingol, 2012 will become the international year of the medieval tavern smile

Theobald wrote:

Err, I just wonder if there's space enough for the Prancing Pony series.

I´ll try, Master Tree, but i´m not sure if there will be too much people.

Master Mabden, I hope you´ll see in person soon

You´re right, Master Turambar, the colours and smoothness achieved with an airbrush (I think i used aerograph as  "false friend" before roll) are unique, and almost impossible with a normal brush. And for the first stages of an scene, is surprisingly easy to use

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#138 Thu, Jan5 2012 1:26pm

jdbrown55
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From: Texas
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Excellent work, Master Elroi! I like your painting very much. smile


These are indeed strange days, dreams and legends spring to life out of the grass! - Eomer

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#139 Tue, Jan10 2012 11:28am

elroi
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From: Sevilla / Malaga
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Thanks, Marshal of the Mark wink

Ana as i keep on working on the tavern, i´ll try to finish some other miniatures. This time, two main characters of the Middle Earth:

Boromir:

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Saruman:

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And here, bigger and more detailed pics:

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#140 Tue, Jan10 2012 11:45am

Thingol
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Beautiful.... !!!!!!!!!!


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#141 Tue, Jan10 2012 1:33pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Fantastic Roi. Move on Saruman is really perfectly caught...
May I suggest you write some tengwar on saruman book ?


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#142 Tue, Jan10 2012 1:55pm

erchamion
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

The direction of "light" in the painting is perfect. smile


¡Fuera, viejo Tumulario! ¡Desaparece a la luz! ¡Encógete como la niebla fría, llora como el viento en las tierra estériles, más allá de los montes! ¡No regreses aquí! ¡Deja vacío el túmulo! Perdido y olvidado, más sombrío que la sombra, quédate donde las puertas están cerradas para siempre, hasta los tiempos de un mundo mejor. Tom Bombadil LOTR1

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#143 Wed, Jan11 2012 11:18am

elroi
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Thanks friends!

Master Milo, I´ll take advice and will try to write some tengwar characters on it wink

And some more things!

King Thrain:

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More views and bigger picture here:

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And the first cardplayer, into the tavern scene now

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#144 Wed, Jan11 2012 1:15pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

King Thrain is incredible !
The jewel on belt is just perfectly highlighted.  I did not notice before there were so many details on this dwarf.

The card player is as always, more than very well painted and it is a great preview of what will done at the end...


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#145 Wed, Jan11 2012 1:21pm

Thingol
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From: Republic of Croatia
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Thingol wrote:

Beautiful.... !!!!!!!!!!

..... !!!!!!!


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#146 Wed, Jan11 2012 1:24pm

sevlag
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From: France
Registered: Wed, May4 2011
Posts: 409
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Really impressive big_smilebig_smile. Colors and perfection of the shadows: which mastery winkbig_smile
As Milo said, it would be very nice if you could show us how to paint faces with so many details winktongue

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#147 Wed, Jan11 2012 1:55pm

elroi
Master of Brushes
From: Sevilla / Malaga
Registered: Wed, Dec22 2010
Posts: 170
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Re: My little Mithril fellows

Thanks a lot!

Milo wrote:

King Thrain is incredible !
The jewel on belt is just perfectly highlighted.  I did not notice before there were so many details on this dwarf.

I´m very satisfied with the result, and is a easy to paint miniature, really

Mistress Sevlag, as son as possible, i´ll try to do a step by step article, with lot of pictures, of to paint mithril faces wink

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#148 Wed, Jan11 2012 2:36pm

erchamion
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From: Granada, Spain
Registered: Tue, Apr1 2008
Posts: 822

Re: My little Mithril fellows

elroi wrote:

Mistress Sevlag, as son as possible, i´ll try to do a step by step article, with lot of pictures, of to paint mithril faces wink

smilesmilesmile


¡Fuera, viejo Tumulario! ¡Desaparece a la luz! ¡Encógete como la niebla fría, llora como el viento en las tierra estériles, más allá de los montes! ¡No regreses aquí! ¡Deja vacío el túmulo! Perdido y olvidado, más sombrío que la sombra, quédate donde las puertas están cerradas para siempre, hasta los tiempos de un mundo mejor. Tom Bombadil LOTR1

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#149 Wed, Jan11 2012 5:21pm

Turambar
Archer of Mirkwood
From: Germany
Registered: Sun, Apr27 2008
Posts: 2724

Re: My little Mithril fellows

Yes! King Thrain is marvellous. An interesting colour choice. Never have green in mind for a dwarven king.
I like Thrain very very much. But the tavern is on my focus.

I want to be critical to you, Roi, ! Because I know you will understand what I mean, without any reason to offend you. cool
I think, there are a bit too many colours on the cardplayers skinn. Though the "dusty character" on his trousers is really terrific!
The tavern itself has got the right proportion, not too big, not too small. The right size!

So I am really looking forward this project!


Maybe the magic was the most powerful force in the world. But that was long ago.
The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#150 Wed, Jan11 2012 5:46pm

Milo
The Attic Warden
From: Toulouse, France
Registered: Tue, Mar30 2010
Posts: 4367

Re: My little Mithril fellows

Maybe colored skin is due to scrumpy we all know very well ? loltongue


Milo Gamgee-Took of Bywater
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