Sunday, January 8, 2017

'Armour' from AlexS: Armour of God


When I thought about the proposed theme of by Curt, I realized that I was not able to paint so well in tanks or armored knights in armor. And I remembered the phrase from the Bible: "Put on the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand aganist the wiles of the devil". Especially because I had two beautiful miniatures, which enable precisely this interpretation of the proposed topics. Their author - sculptor, painter player and a good person Veniamin Mikov, the owner of the company, "Our dear friend Venichka LTD" I got a lot of fun while working with these miniatures, and I think you get a lot of fun looking at them. 





21 comments:

  1. "And though shalt count to three and only to three..."

    Nice interpretation of the theme Alex and lovely painting :)

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  2. I do love a novel interpretation, top work

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  3. As long as we're not getting TOO relaxed in our definitions; remember the 'is that really a vehicle' controversy from a couple of years back...
    ; )
    No, I kid, but these are great!

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    1. No, we don't need to remember that, thank Ev... :)

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    2. I'm sure it's slipped my mind completely!

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  4. Very cleaver interpretation. The monk doing the reading is giving a forceful delivery!

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  5. Ah-ha! A good interpretation of the theme. And good for casualty figures as well! ;)

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  6. Great interpretation! I like the reader!

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  7. Great idea well carried out

    Ian

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  8. Nice extension of the theme, with some really characterful sculpts. They both look like they have been enjoying the communion wine a little too much ;)

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  9. Hopefully the armour of God will be enough when the Northmen come to visit... great stuff Alex!

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  10. The shield of Faith in all manner of goodness (and Godliness)

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  11. Nice work Alex. Hmm armour of God, let's see you that plays out for you....

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  12. Not surprisingly, these figs get the Mad Padre Purity Seal of Approval.
    The guy with the book is really reppin' it.

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  13. What a cunning interpretation of the theme! Now if I only had this idea.

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  14. Very clever! Great looking models.

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  15. Nice interpretation and I really like the figs

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  16. Nice interpretation, Alex! I do agree the reading friar is really feeling the holy spirit! ;)

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