Saturday, March 17, 2018


Why there are not gnomes in Warhammer (well, there are, but no minis).

Time to correct this fact.
Here some gnomes made kitbashing Empire, dwarf and goblin parts.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Another water-themed factory terrain

I cannot call this a water filter, so maybe it is a simple storage unit.

In the end it's simply an egg container with some bits on. But I think it looks nice. Expecially with all the set.


Also a little preview.

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Character design: cyborg bruiser

Let's continue with the character designs.

If the first character was all about speed now it is time for strenght.

Here Paola Moresco, aka Migna sarvæga (Wildcat). A gentle giant working in the port, with only a simple upgrade on her spine to boost her already amazing strenght.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Guild Build Craft Off: bottle to observatory

Last February the Tabletop Craft Guild made a contest, use a soda bottle to craft anything you want.

It was a little funny challenge and I made this observatory.

Naturally, after finishing it I got a better idea, a retro-sci-fi space rocket... well, next bottle.

The contest is closed but the votes are not, so in 2 weeks you can check the results. Stay tuned.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Johnny 5, is that you?

Born from the bit box: with skeleton arms, 40k parts and a tiny tank... here a familiar robot.
It's alive!

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Tzeentch proxies

Gormiti! Again...

I originally planned to make these three guys as Blood Bowl players. But in the end I changed my mind and I simply used them as an excuse to experiment with a different palette from my usual one.
Tell me what do you think?
Do you like more these vivid colors or my usual dull palette?

The original mini Gormiti and the cutomized version with wolf rider goblin legs and arms.

And the orginal normal sized toy with repositioned limbs, head and a lot of various bits.

And finally bold primary colors.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Troll: huntik toy conversion

This toy is from Huntik, I found it in a thrift store, and it is, well, a troll.

The design in the show is pretty cool, but the end toy was a little more goofy, expecially the horns and the long sideburns. I cut them off. After I painted him I realized it will be look very cool with blue skin and ice gauntlets. Well, next time, for now classic D&D colors.

And with his Huntik frinds.

 This demon was my first attempt to paint flames... I improved.