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Hi guys!

We are Ogyon and Yria from Insomnia Painting Studio. We started by playing 40k (Yria Orks - Ogyon Templar) some years ago. Nowdays we mostly paint (Yria) and make terrain or sculpt things (Ogyon).

I will be posting all our pics here,it will be pics from commissions we made so far and personal/fun painting projects, mostly from dnd we playhttp://www.40kforums.com/vb/images/smilies/eusa_dance.gif

We hope you all like our work but mostly comment on what you like or not.

 

All comments are welcome!!!

c ya!

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There's good highlights and the eye is done well. The thing that I did pick up on though (as I do with everyone) is that the word squiggles on the purity seals are missing. smile.png

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Grotsmasha, unfortunately i dont have the miniature anymore-it was a commissiom- but i ll try to make some closer pics with the pics i already have.

Oli, you got me!!!blush.png (the client wanted the seals blank confused.gif )


Today i m posting Ravenwing Darkshroud/Landspeeder Vengeance.

All the parts are magnetized, so one can change between 2 options easily.



Hope you like it!

Cheers!
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ty guys for your kind comments!! thumbsup.gif



Our latest work is for space marine army, Stalker/Hunter. It's a mini that i painted for ebay and its "running" this week. I painted heavy weathering as most of the commissions i have want really "clean" result, my ork "nature" was screaming for some real rust!!! devil.gif ..and thus the final result..

What do you think?




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I think it looks great! I get so tired if looking at clean, unblemished tanks. I want to see chipping, rust, scorched barrels and battle damage. These things need to spend more time on the battlefield and less time on the parade grounds! So bravo on a job well done!
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Hi again :)

Today I m posting a Space Wolves Thunderwolf Cavalry commission we painted. Although the quality was tabletop I really  enjoyed painting those wolves!!! 

Comments are always welcome..

 

http://i991.photobucket.com/albums/af34/insomniapaintingstudio/40K%20armies/allSpaceWolvesThunderwolfCavalry_zps6ce7553c.jpg

 

Cheers!!

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Hmm... well I don't want to "spam" the thread with a lot of photos from the same miniature, so I try  to show the whole mini in one pic.
You can always visit our blog http://insomniapaintingstudio.blogspot.gr/ to see from a "closer look" any miniature we painted. I try to take some close up photos from everything that we paint. :)

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A commission for a client.. Some Space wolves  Drop Pods :) The quality i was asked to paint them  is tabletop, but i tried to make it a little bit "interesting".. :)

 



 

Cheers!!

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ty for your kind words, but it's not that difficult.

 

 I take a bristle and i dab it to my paint, then i dab it to a piece of paper so that most of my color will remain there and then to my mini (like the drybrush method, but with a bristle :) ).. The colors i usually use are -Charred Brown (from Vallejo game color) then Bestial brown (i think it's called skrag brown now) from citadel and the snakebite leather (sorry i don't know it's new name) from citadel again.. and last my orange -carefull to put only a littlebit- blazing orange.. Sometimes i find it a bit too bright so i mix it with a little bestial brown.

 

Hope that helps!!! Good luck if you try it, and feel free to ask me anything you want :)

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This is a speed paint (2 hours) commission we painted for a client. The client wanted our lowest quality (tabletop) in a minimum of time. We knew the result wouldn't be satisfactorily, so we emphasized to miniature's cloth, relic and gun most of the 2 hours and the rest  is painted really simple.. 


 

Cheers!!!
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ty for your kind words, but it's not that difficult.

I take a bristle and i dab it to my paint, then i dab it to a piece of paper so that most of my color will remain there and then to my mini (like the drybrush method, but with a bristle smile.png ).. The colors i usually use are -Charred Brown (from Vallejo game color) then Bestial brown (i think it's called skrag brown now) from citadel and the snakebite leather (sorry i don't know it's new name) from citadel again.. and last my orange -carefull to put only a littlebit- blazing orange.. Sometimes i find it a bit too bright so i mix it with a little bestial brown.

Hope that helps!!! Good luck if you try it, and feel free to ask me anything you want smile.png

Wow you make it sound easy! Oh and great job on the last guy's base. I love the little dirt on the bottom of the robe! Is there a reason the core in the Plasma is Blue but it looks the heat is in green?

Oh one more thing if you're up for it. How do you do realistic red hair? Mine always comes out way to...orange-y and fake. Any tips?

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