The end of the year is here! Let's say goodbye to 2014 with the final list of Do Not Miss from December:
- The beginning by Alberto "Winterland": I really liked this diorama by my friend Alberto. Loving that hobbit hole!
- Roman Officer Bust by Kirill Kanaev: Kirill does not cease to amaze us with his painting of busts.
- Blabla Le Lutin: I'm really digging this little leprechaun.
- Fire and Ice Chaos Lord: Flameon did this amazing experiment with extreme warm and cold colours on the same miniature.
- Infinity warband by Zwo: Manu has been doing this warband for quite some time but these are the final pics of it all completed.
- Facebook minis of the month of November: Summary of the best miniatures seen during the month of November by the Eureka minis team.
- Quaccapotl by Sascha Buczek: Sascha's interesting and personal version of this very famous toad.
- Blood Rage 1: You know Remy is a classic from this list, but long time no see!
- Blood Rage 2: So this month, we get to see Remy two times. :)
- US WWII paratrooper of 101th Division by Kirill Kanaev: Kirill brings life to Matt Damon with this incredible paintjob.
- Look into the void by Christoph Blumenthal: One of the coolest dioramas of the year, finally with proper pics.
- The Gobengers: These funny gobbos are going to be everywhere soon. Here's Martin Goumaz's version, a tribute to Arsies' Avengers diorama.
- Old school warhammer paintjobs by Ringil: It was very cool to see such good paintjobs of this old school warhammer minis.
Articles and tutorials
- NMM tutorial with Scale75 paints: This is a very interesting article showing how to paint NMM with the Scale75 paintset.
- Pieces and parts of plastic and wood for bases: James Wappel makes bases out of nowhere, and they are cool!
- Magic effects on miniatures: This is an essential tutorial on making magic effects for your miniatures.
- Backgrounds for miniature pictures: Analysis of different backgrounds for miniature pictures. Photographing minis is really tricky!
- Identifying types of simple freehands: This is very good information for painters starting their way on basic freehands.
I wish you all the very best for the new year!!! May your brushes be filled with lots of paint at all times :)