Saturday, September 21, 2013

Painted models kill more enemies!

I finished the 4 Infinity models I have been working on.  3 Line Kazaks, and a Scout with AP Sniper rifle.
I had hoped to get more done on my week off work, but life conspired against me.

I did at least manage to get these finished and based, and put together almost all of the remaining Ariadna models for my Infinity collection.

Camoflage can blur a model's lines if overdone at this scale, and I think I did a decent job of showing a jungle pattern without making the models details disappear.
Some people suggested a little bit of color, which I have done with the purple alien vegetation on their bases, and little bright spots on the uniforms.

Here's all 4 finished:

And now a couple of individual shots.  Once again, my older camera just doesn't quite cut it :(  I really need to get a digital camera that will take good macro shots for not a lot of dough.

My cheap Kazak Lt model. She sits in the back and directs most fights from cover, while doing her make-up.

Line Kazaks Front and back:  #1                              


 Scout with AP Sniper rifle: I also proxy this model as a Kazak Forward Observer.

Next up: Tankhunters, Veteran, SAS, Paras etc. etc.


  1. Nice Kazaks! I'm posting my progress on my Haqqislam Qapu Khalqi army on my tumblr account: The problem with camo is that, when it's done "well" (i.e. realistically), it makes all the details blur into one another. The trick is to find a camo pattern that conveys the impression of camouflage without actually having its effect. Especially important on Infinity minis when they're so very, very detailed.

  2. Thanks. I tried to give them a decent camo look without making all their details blend in like you mentioned.

    I'll be varying the camo a bit on each different ethnic group for my Ariadnans.