This one is ready to party 🙂
I sculpted this guy partly in Anim8or and Sculptris. 3d-printed via Craftcloud3D. Painted with acrylics. 12 cm in height.
A quick painting of an orc and a goblin toasting. 9 x 12 cm, acrylic on cardboard.
Acrylic painting on A3-paper.
Here is a black and white drawing of Liv Tyler as Arwen. Drawn on A4 cartridge paper with colour pencils.
My own sculpt made in blender in 2018. Back then I had them printed in a larger size. This time as 6 cm tall miniatures. Printed by Craftcloud3D.
I painted some rocks found on the beach this summer. It was fun, mainly because they’re small, so I could finish one in a few hours. Painted with Golden Fluid Acrylic paint.
I saw James Wappel paint a hobbit hole the other day, and wanted to do the same.
This is the first time I made a tiny painting.
The canvas is a plastic movement tray that I didn’t need anymore. And so it occured to me that it has a nice frame and would be perfect for such a painting.
Here are some figurines I sculpted and painted in 2021 and 2022. They are 12-14 cm in height. The Witch Doctors are sculpted in Blender and 3D-printed, the goats are made by hand in epoxy putty:
The Goats idea came out of nowhere, and I thought it was a funny and weird idea
that I had to make. I used Apoxie Sculpt putty and some greenstuff, and the newspapers are made out of cardboard strengthened with PVA-glue: