This is the selection of most interesting things read in January 2014. This first month has been a bit slow, not as much activity as the last few months... World Expo preparation has begun?
- Step by step, German Sniper Stalingrad 1943 by Mirko Cavalloni: Very interesting article on how Mirko painted this German soldier of WW2.
- Lelith Hesperax by Ringil: Really cool article on yet another version of Lelith Hesperax, despite Finecast!
- High Elf Army by Nadezdha Reka: I may be building a cool High Elf Army, but I'm certainly not as productive as her. Cool!!!
- Tzeench Standard Bearer by Mirko Cavalloni: Another very interesting tutorial from Mirko.
- Black Color Painting Tutorial by Flameon: Always doubting how to approach those blacks? Flameon has some answers for you.
- Interview with John Rosengrant in Massive Voodoo: Mr. Rosengrant is a very important person in the world of SFX and artistic work for Hollywood movies, but he also happens to love miniatures, and he was invited to Monte San Savino in 2013. The MV guys interviewed him and I find this immensily interesting and inspiring.
- L'ange by Benoit Cauchies: Probably just a simple sculpture for him. I just love it.
- Undead King by Roman Lappat: Super cool version of this bust by Roman Lappat. Nature at its finest.
- Chief librarian of the Aurora chapter conversion by Kirill Kanaev: I saw this and I said "Orgasmic". I'm sure you guys will agree with me!